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George Clooney arrives at Sydney Airport with his wife Amal and their children

George Clooney arrived in Sydney Airport with his family on Friday night, ahead of filming his new movie with Julia Roberts in Queensland.

The 60-year-old was leaving airport’s private side exit lead by one of his children, whom he shares with wife Amal.

George and Amal are proud parents to four-year-old twins – daughter Ella and son Alexander – who they welcomed after tying the knot in 2014.

He’s here! George Clooney (pictured) arrived at Sydney Airport on Friday ahead of filming with Julia Roberts in Queensland

It was safety first for the actor who had his face mask on as he made his way out of the building.

He looked suave in a black jacket, chino trousers with sunglasses on his head, and carried a white suit bag from Moncler and a large backpack over his shoulder. 

The seasoned actor greeted by a number of ADF personnel and airport staff with umbrellas in hand who directed him to their awaiting cars.

With the family: The 60-year-old actor was joined by his wife Amal (left) and their four-year-old twins - daughter Ella and son Alexander

With the family: The 60-year-old actor was joined by his wife Amal (left) and their four-year-old twins – daughter Ella and son Alexander

Private exit: The 60-year-old was leaving airport's private side exit lead by one of his children. It was safety first for the actor who had his face mask on as he made his way out of the building

Private exit: The 60-year-old was leaving airport’s private side exit lead by one of his children. It was safety first for the actor who had his face mask on as he made his way out of the building

Well dressed: He looked suave in a black jacket, chino trousers with sunglasses on his head,

Well dressed: George carried a white suit bag from Moncler and a large backpack over his shoulder

Well dressed: He looked suave in a black jacket, chino trousers with sunglasses on his head, and carried a white suit bag from Moncler and a large backpack over his shoulder

Under their umbrella: The seasoned actor greeted by a number of ADF personnel and airport staff with umbrellas in hand who directed him to their awaiting cars

Under their umbrella: The seasoned actor greeted by a number of ADF personnel and airport staff with umbrellas in hand who directed him to their awaiting cars

Following behind was the international human rights lawyer, 43, who opted to keep a low profile in an dark coloured coat, with leopard print leggings and loafers.

The brunette beauty accessorised with a pair of designer sunglasses pushed up on her head. 

She was holding the hand of one her their twins’ as they made their way out of the airport. 

Joining her husband on location: Following behind was the international human rights lawyer, 43

Joining her husband on location: Following behind was the international human rights lawyer, 43

Always in style: She opted to keep a low profile in an dark coloured coat, with leopard print leggings and loafers

Always in style: She opted to keep a low profile in an dark coloured coat, with leopard print leggings and loafers

Chic: The brunette beauty accessorised with a pair of designer sunglasses pushed up on her head

Chic: The brunette beauty accessorised with a pair of designer sunglasses pushed up on her head 

Happy to be here: She was holding the hand of one her their twins' as they made their way out of the airport

Happy to be here: She was holding the hand of one her their twins’ as they made their way out of the airport

As the Clooneys got seated into one of the SUVs, staff were busy loading up the other two other large awaiting vehicles with their luggage as well as their entourage.

They were then whisked away to their quarantine location and a given Police highway patrol escort.

George is in Australia ahead of filming his romantic comedy, Ticket to Paradise, alongside Julia Roberts.

The shoot is scheduled for two months from mid-November, with locations on The Gold Coast and Brisbane. 

Ready for the road: The Clooneys got seated into one of the three SUVs waiting for them at the airport

Ready for the road: The Clooneys got seated into one of the three SUVs waiting for them at the airport

Packing heavy: Staff were busy loading up the other two other large awaiting vehicles with their luggage as well as their entourage

Packing heavy: Staff were busy loading up the other two other large awaiting vehicles with their luggage as well as their entourage

Fourteen days begin: They were then whisked away to their quarantine location and a given Police highway patrol escort

Fourteen days begin: They were then whisked away to their quarantine location and a given Police highway patrol escort

Oscar winner Julia, 53, is expected to be joined in Australia with her cinematographer husband Danny Moder, and their three children, twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, 16, and Henry, 13.

The project received a $6.4million grant from the federal government’s Location Incentive Program.

George and Julia will play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from getting married.

Hollywood royalty! George and Julia Roberts (right) are set to begin filming romantic comedy Ticket To Paradise. The shoot is scheduled for two months from mid-November, with locations on The Gold Coast and Brisbane

Hollywood royalty! George and Julia Roberts (right) are set to begin filming romantic comedy Ticket To Paradise. The shoot is scheduled for two months from mid-November, with locations on The Gold Coast and Brisbane

Rising star: The duo play a divorced couple who travel to Bali to try and stop their daughter - played by Booksmart star Kaitlyn Dever - from getting married. Pictured is Kaitlyn Dever

Rising star: The duo play a divorced couple who travel to Bali to try and stop their daughter – played by Booksmart star Kaitlyn Dever – from getting married. Pictured is Kaitlyn Dever

The movie will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the picturesque Whitsundays doubling for Bali.

Other filming locations include the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and the production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs.

George will relocate to Australia for the two-month project along with lawyer Amal and the couple’s five-year-old twins.

Welcome to paradise! The movie will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the Whitsundays doubling for Bali. Other filming locations include the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs

Welcome to paradise! The movie will be filmed entirely in Queensland, with the Whitsundays doubling for Bali. Other filming locations include the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and production is expected to generate $47million for the Australian economy and create more than 270 jobs

They will complete two weeks of mandatory hotel quarantine before filming commences in November, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

The feature has a release date of October 21, 2022, according to Deadline.

Julia and George are longtime friends and this will be their fourth time appearing on the silver screen together, with earlier film projects including Ocean’s Eleven and Money Monster.

Co-star chemistry: The pair have previously co-starred in Ocean's Eleven and Money Monster. Pictured is George and Julia with Money Monster director Jodie Foster

Co-star chemistry: The pair have previously co-starred in Ocean’s Eleven and Money Monster. Pictured is George and Julia with Money Monster director Jodie Foster

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