If you're planning a trip to Italy to take a peek at George Clooney and Amal Clooney's luxurious villas, you might want to think again.
According to a new report, it is now illegal for people to come within 100 meters of Mr. and Mrs. Clooney's two homes, Villa Oleandra and Villa Margherita, located on Lake Como in Italy. Anyone who does come within close proximity to the A-list couple's homes can be fined up to $550.
George's Villa Oleandra home, pictured in March 2006. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The actor, 53, reportedly bought the Villa Oleandra mansion more than 10 years ago for around $8.1 million. He later bought the Villa Margherita, an adjoining house, to increase privacy for both properties.
Last summer, a similar ordinance was declared in Lake Como around the star's homes to protect tourists and paparazzi from getting too close to the villas.
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George and Amal, 37 — who married in September 2014 in Venice, Italy — also maintain residences in LA, Los Cabos, Mexico and the English countryside.
'The Telegraph' first reported this news.
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