George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin 'living separate lives' and headed for $300 million divorce: Report

The couple are allegedly fighting about having a baby.

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin tied the knot in 2014, in Venice, Italy Reuters

American actor and filmmaker George Clooney and wife, Amal Alamuddin are hit by rumours that their marriage is on the rocks. The couple are allegedly fighting about having a baby.

The cover of OK! Magazine read: "Amal & George Divorce Announcement! $300 Million Split Rocks Hollywood!"

The magazine claims: "Amal wanted kids, he didn't. She'll get his fortune and his Lake Como villa."

An alleged source told the publication: "While they love each other, they might be realizing they want different things in life. When George and Amal first got together, their friends thought they were a perfect match. But now some are expecting them to announce a split."

Clooney was "feeling the mounting pressure" to have children, and had reluctantly agreed. The insider added: "But as I understand it, he's since backed away from that decision, and Amal is crushed."

"As a result of all this conflict, the power couple are now living separate lives. Amal could make out like a bandit if they divorce," the source dished.

The Gravity star and the British-Lebanese lawyer tied the knot in 2014, in Venice, Italy. The couple who recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary, do not have any children yet.

Previously, during an interview with ET's Nancy O'Dell, Clooney could not stop gushing about his barrister partner. He said: "She's an amazing human being. And she's caring. And she also happens to be one of the smartest people I've ever met. And she's got a great sense of humour. There's a number of reasons why."

The Oscar winner also talked about Alamuddin's sense of style. Clooney said: "It's amazing, because she's always – since the day I met her – she's always had this's eccentric but it's fun, sense of fashion. How she does it while she's got 11 cases she's working on, and she was teaching at Columbia, and she's still like, 'I want to wear that dress.' It's crazy. It has been sort of fascinating to watch, because she has such great taste."