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George Clooney may be an Academy Award-winning actor, respected humanitarian and one of the sexiest men on earth. But apparently he doesn't have what it takes to be a good father. Or at least that's what his onscreen daughter thinks!
Amara Miller, who plays Clooney's younger daughter in the new family drama The Descendants, has no qualms about claiming her on-camera daddy wouldn't necessarily be the best at real-life fatherhood.
"Let me just say, he wouldn't be good as a father," Miller told Us Weekly at the movie's premiere Tuesday in Beverly Hills, Calif. "He wouldn't be the best as a father."
Naturally, this begs the question: Why not?
"George likes being an adult," she explained. "George has fun being an adult, and I don't think he would like having kids. I know that he's not planning on having kids anytime soon."
But Miller's opinions aren't anything that the actor himself hasn't expressed. He told PopSugar this week hat he's nowhere near ready for little ones. "I should adopt 20-year-olds," he said. (Interpret that how you want!)
Despite dissing Clooney's fatherhood potential, the refreshingly candid Miller did say she loved working with the A-list star.
"He was just a really phenomenal person to work with," she added. "[But] we don't really keep in touch anymore. He's George Clooney… No one really keeps in touch with him anymore!"
There you have it, straight from a child's mouth. Stacy Keibler, don't say you weren't warned!