George Clooney
U.S. actor George Clooney and his wife Amal Alamuddin.Reuters

Amal and George Clooney seems to enjoying the wedding bliss, however, they are once again plagued with divorce rumours. The couple who has made several public appearance together is rumoured to be on the verge of a split. The couple's rep has denied the rumour and has reportedly said that the news of "impending divorce" is 100% fabricated.

According to Rumour Fix, the couple is happily married and the buzz of their alleged split is baseless. The news of their alleged split gained steam when the cover story of  Life & Style magazine said, "George & Amal's Nightmare: It's Over After 87 Days"

Interestingly, this is not the first time that the couple's marriage has been inflicted by turmoil reports. Earlier reports suggested that the Clooney couple "has been fighting behind closed doors, despite putting on happy faces for the paparazzi," according to Inquisitr.

That time also the rumours were debunked. Amal and George have been seen on various dates since getting married. The couple was recently seen indulging in PDA during a vacation in Mexico. They are also planning to take a trip to Ireland, where Clooney's ancestral home is situated.

"I'm embarrassed that I've never properly been there before now. I've been talking about going there for years and Bono has been trying to get me to do a bike ride around Ireland with him. He probably won't be up for that now, but I'm definitely going to make a visit happen this summer. Amal has been several times, so she can show me around," the Oscar winner actor told

The couple got married in September 2014 in Venice. Their wedding celebrations continued for three days. Amal, who is a lawyer by profession wore an Osar de La Renta gown for the nuptials whereas Clooney wore a custom-made Giorgio Armani tuxedo. More than 100 guests attended the couple's wedding. Cindy Crawford's husband Rande Gerber was Clooney's best man. His close friend Brad Pitt and wife Angelina Jolie made the news for not showing up at the wedding.