George and Amal Clooney's twins will no doubt be the cutest little promoters -- if Cindy Crawford has her way.
On Thursday afternoon, the 51-year-old supermodel shared a photo of herself holding up two tiny onesies, one that read "Casa" and the other that read "Migos," the name of the tequila company that Cindy's husband, Rande Gerber, has with George. Of course, we couldn't help but notice that one onesie has pink lettering while the other has blue lettering, which could be for a boy and a girl, though the Clooneys have yet to confirm the sex of their babies.
"Hey, @RandeGerber -- think I got the perfect baby gift for the Clooneys!" she quipped in the caption.
The adorable gift comes after George exclusively told ET at CinemaCon on Tuesday that his 39-year-old wife has forbid him from naming their twins after the tequila brand. "My wife says I can't name them Casa and Amigos," the 55-year-old actor joked. "That's the one thing I'm not allowed to do."
He also shared how he's feeling about fatherhood. "I don't know how you fully digest [having two], but I'm excited," George said. "It will be fun."
The Suburbicon director's pal, Matt Damon, also spoke exclusively with ET about what he thinks of the Clooneys having twins. "He's going to get prepared," Damon quipped. "[George] better figure it out, 'cause they're on the way. But he'll be great. He'll be a mess, but [Amal] will take care of everything."