George Clooney’s rep says ‘all is fine’ after star’s England estate suffers flood damage

George Clooney‘s home is in deep water — literally.

The Oscar winner and wife Amal Clooney‘s mansion in Berkshire, England, suffered major flood damage after Storm Dennis struck the region.

Photos show that nearly all of the land surrounding the $13 million estate, including the basketball court, was almost completely submerged in water.

But a rep for the “Ocean’s Eleven” star exclusively tells Page Six that “all is fine” after the flooding.

According to Architectural Digest, the Clooneys purchased the 17th-century mansion shortly after their Venetian wedding in 2014. The home sits on a four-acre island in the middle of the River Thames.

Fox News reports that Storm Dennis caused severe flooding in several parts of England and Wales. The Environmental Agency said England received 121 percent of its average February rainfall and major rivers set new flood records.

Fortunately for George, 58, and Amal, 42, the Berkshire mansion is not their only home.

According to Business Insider, the couple also shares a villa in Lake Como, Italy, a luxury apartment in Manhattan and a home in Los Angeles. They are the parents of 2-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander.


George Clooney’s estate in Berkshire, England, experienced flooding.

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