George and Amal Clooney are raising the next generation of metalheads.
At the star-studded Albie Awards Thursday night, Amal admitted that her husband recently “started playing heavy metal music” around the house for their 6-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander.
“They’re headbangers,” the 62-year-old actor told “Access Hollywood.”
“It’s not fully heavy metal,” he clarified. “It’s just heavy enough that they can bang their heads.”
While their two children are certainly musically inclined, the couple said they have no idea where they got it from.
“Not that we’re in any way musical. We have no musical talent … We ruined the gene pool for them,” George joked.
For more Page Six you love …
This is the second year that the Clooneys have hosted the Albie Awards, which celebrates “courageous defenders of justice who are at great risk for what they do.”
The couple, who have been married since 2014, dazzled on the red carpet. While the “Ocean’s Eleven” star looked dapper in a black tuxedo, his dashing wife stunned in a hip-hugging, white sequin gown.
Other A-listers in attendance included Daniel Craig, Anne Hathaway, Kate Moss and Cindy Crawford.
Meanwhile, it appeared the power couple got a babysitter for the night as their two children did not make an appearance.
The actor and the human rights lawyer, 45, welcomed their twins in 2017 and have tried to keep the two out of the public eye.
Yet, during a September 2022 interview with “CBS Mornings,” the silver fox gushed about their then five-year-old twins’ “chatty” personalities.
“We’ve made a terrible mistake,” the actor said. “We taught them Italian.”
“But we don’t speak Italian,” he added. “So, we’ve armed them with a language they can harm us with. And we both don’t really know what they’re saying.”
On top of English and Italian, the kiddos also learned to speak French.
“I’m from Kentucky,” George joked. “English is my second language.”
Meanwhile, Amal described the pair’s son as a “big prankster” — just like his dad.