George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin could not agree on schooling the kids in the United States of America, a new report claimed.

Sources told Woman's Day New Zealand, in its latest edition, that Amal Alamuddin has taken one look at the education system in the U.S. and has run for the hills. The entertainment news outlet claimed that George Clooney was "shocked" by the British-Lebanese barrister's decision.

An unnamed insider shared, "It's an abrupt U-turn from everything they've been planning ever since the twins were born – they agreed that they would be raised in the States."

It added, "The whole reason they changed everything about his house was so the children could grow up in LA, and now Amal wants to run off back to London with his children – it's causing a lot of tension."

The power couple reportedly owns a house on the Thames in Sonning, U.K., and a tattler said Amal Alamuddin wants to live there full-time. The tipster shared, "George is dismayed. He likes the England house, OK, but he wants to be in Hollywood, close to his upcoming projects. He's tired of commuting around the world and wants to put down roots in LA for a while."

However, the informant said Amal Alamuddin wouldn't be swayed. It furthered, "Amal has said George can stay in LA if he likes, but she's taking the kids back to her home town. Her family's there, some of the best schools in the world are there, and that's where, in her mind, Alex and Ella belong, whether George likes it or not."

Both George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have yet to comment on the claims that they are at odds about school options. So, devoted supporters of the power couple should take all these unverified reports with a pinch of salt until everything is proven true and correct.

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