Amal Alamuddin's mother Baria insists she is pleased with her future son-in-law and gets on well with the actor.
The lawyer's mum Baria Alamuddin has hit back at rumours she disapproves of her daughter's A-list fiancé, revealing that her family have welcomed George with open arms and there are no tensions whatsoever.
According to The Sun newspaper, she said: ''We are all absolutely fine and there are not problems or tensions at all concerning George and Amal. Our families get on brilliantly.''
It was recently reported that Baria wanted Amal, who was born into strict Lebanese religious sect in Beirut, to wed a Druze muslim and believes her daughter can find someone ''better'' than the 53-year-old Hollywood actor.
Baria appears to have quashed the claims once and for all, however, since she was speaking from Italy, where she is holidaying with the Clooney family.
Meanwhile, George himself has hit back at the paper that published the ''completely fabricated'' original story, criticising the ''irresponsibility'' of their report.
In a statement on USA Today, he wrote: ''First of all, none of the story is factually true. Amal's mother is not Druze. She has not been to Beirut since Amal and I have been dating, and she is in no way against the marriage - but none of that is the issue ...
''But this lie involves larger issues. The irresponsibility, in this day and age, to exploit religious differences where none exist, is at the very least negligent and more appropriately dangerous.
''We have family members all over the world, and the idea that someone would inflame any part of that world for the sole reason of selling papers should be criminal.''
The couple, who got engaged earlier this year, are expected to get married in September near Lake Como in Italy after spending the last month searching for potential venues for their nuptials.
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