Sandra Bullock On Louis Gets Baby Sister? Actress Finalizes Adoption Of New Daughter With Boyfriend Bryan Randall --- Details Here!
Sandra Bullock, 51, is raring to be a mom again. The award-winning actress has reportedly finalized the adoption of a baby girl, and the Bullock household is said to be slowly making some adjustments.
According to Radar Online, Sandra allegedly already brought the new baby to her house in Los Angeles and the actress is spending time bonding with her. Sandra has a five-year-old adopted son, Louis, who is most likely happy to have a sibling. She's not doing this all by herself though as according to InTouch Weekly, Sandra has help with the baby from new boyfriend, Bryan Randall.
"Sandra's made it quite clear to Bryan from the start that she's looking for a husband to raise kids with," said the source. "She had the paperwork ready to adopt another child but really wanted to do it with the right man, and Bryan's been checking every box so far." Sources also say that Bryan is a "brilliant father figure" to the kids, which makes the new addition all the more perfect for the Hollywood star.
The couple have gone public with their relationship in August, when Sandra allegedly introduced Bryan to friends at a get together, according to Daily Mail. The news outlet also reported that Bryan has moved in with the actress.
The news of the adoption comes after much speculation that the actress was ready to adopt again, yet Sandra has denied this back in April. "At this time the only kids in my house, other than Louis, are the ones whose parents want them back at the end of the playdate. But if these drumbeaters know something I don't, I'd appreciate a heads up on the details so I can pick up some supplies. I'm wickedly unprepared if Louis is getting a sibling this week," Sandy told People Magazine.
Sandra was first married to Jesse James, a reality TV star and motorbike customizer. They adopted Louis together in 2010, but right around that time, Sandra divorced Jesse for cheating on her.
Only recently, James opened up that it was hard to lose his son. "The painful part was about Louis, who we adopted," James told E! Online. "As bad as stuff was between us, we adopted a kid and things got kind of good for a little while and we had that kid to focus on, and, boom, it was over in 24 hours—gone, done."
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