George Clooney and his family had an unfortunate front row seat to the devastating floods, hail storms and mudslides that hit northern Italy this week.
The "Ocean's 11" star was vacationing at his home in Lake Como when the extreme weather hit. Photos out of Italy showed George assessing the damage with Mayor Roberto Pozzi.
The Sun reported that George, his wife, Amal, and their 4-year-old twins, were not hurt. The area around their vacation home in Laglio, however, was marred with downed trees, mud and rocks. The once-picturesque town is now unrecognizable.
"It's so much worse than anybody thinks. We were in Cernobbio and it was very bad, but here in Laglio it's much worse," George reportedly told Italian media, via The Sun. "They think it could be years and millions of dollars before they fix it up."
"This town has been here forever, it's going to continue and it's going to be stronger and come back better. This is a very resilient town," he added.
Reports claim more than 60 people had to be rescued as result of the weather event.
The A-list purchased his Lake Como home in 2002 for a reported $14 million. The 18th-century villa is stunning, as it features 25 rooms, an outdoor theater and a swimming pool.
"We had three days of continuous rain and then all hell broke loose and we were flooded with an amazing wall of water and debris from the mountain," the mayor told the UK outlet, adding that the town looks like a "disaster zone."
"Four houses have been destroyed and those families are being given alternative accommodation," he said. "The noise and the strength of the water were amazing. I have never seen anything like it. This will take many days to clear up. George and his family are here and the road near their house is impassable in places but they are safe and there was no damage to their property."
This isn't the first time one of George and Amal's homes have faced severe weather. Just last year their $13 million Berkshire, England, estate "suffered major flood damage" after Storm Dennis struck the region.