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Sandra Bullock has called her longtime boyfriend Bryan Randall ‘the love of my life’ while also praising him as a father.
The 57-year-old was in the process of adopting her second child when things got serious with the photographer – who she went public with in 2015 – and they now share both children, and his daughter from a previous relationship.
‘I found the love of my life, we share two beautiful children – three children, his older daughter – it’s the best thing ever,’ Sandra said on Red Table Talk, referencing the 55-year-old snapper.
‘I found the love of my life’: Sandra Bullock hails boyfriend Bryan Randall as a ‘saint’ and praises him for helping raise her two adopted children (seen above on this week’s Red Table Talk)
The Blind Side actress has a son Louis, 11, who she adopted in 2010 when he was 3½ months old, and a daughter Laila, eight, who she adopted from a Louisiana foster home when the child was three in 2015.
She met Bryan when she hired him as a photographer to take pictures at her son’s birthday, and described him as a ‘saint’ after she informed him she was adopting a second child when they ‘hadn’t been together that long.’
‘I said, “Remember that NDA you signed when you photographed my son?” I said, “You know, that still holds.” He said “Why?” I said, “I’m bringing a child home when I come back from Toronto,'” Sandra explained.
Parent: The 57-year-old was in the process of adopting a second child when things got serious with the photographer – who she went public with in 2015 (Pictured above in 2018)
Unit: The couple now share both children, and his daughter from a previous relationship (Pictured, 2018)
‘He was so happy, but he was scared. I’m a bulldozer. My life was already on the track and here’s this beautiful human being who doesn’t want anything to do with my life, but the right human being to be there.’
She also described her partner as being ‘very Christian’ and a great example to the children. ‘I don’t always agree with him and he doesn’t always agree with me,’ she said, adding: ‘But if they can take away from that and that is where they feel drawn to, he’s the exact right parent to be in this position.’
Referencing her painful divorce from her cheating ex Jesse James in 2010, Sandra added that she was ‘so glad the universe had me wait’ to start a family of her own.
Spilling tea: Sandra spoke to Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris and Willow Smith on Red Table Talk
Rare insight: The Oscar-winner has kept her relationship with Bryan relatively private
But as ‘someone who went through the divorce process’ Sandra seemed ambivalent over whether she would marry again.
‘I don’t want to say do it like I do it, but I don’t need a paper to be a devoted partner, devoted mother.’
She continued: ‘I don’t need to be told to be ever present in the hardest of times. I don’t need to be told to weather a storm with a good man,’
The Oscar winner encouraged: ‘Think about the children first.’
Adorable: The Speed star adopted Laila from a Louisiana foster care home when her daughter was three in 2015
Doting mom: Sandra adopted son Louis when he was 3½ months old in 2010 (Pictured above in 2013)
Talking about the strict adoption process to become a parent, Sandra revealed: ‘When I first went through the process myself, you have to prove that you are a capable parent and you’re in the judgement cage.
‘I got halfway through it and went, I can’t do this. It was an out of body experience… you’re thinking, if I don’t answer this right, you’re unfit.’
She also spoke about the issue of race, and being parent to two African-American children.
‘As a white parent who loves her loves her children, I’m scared of everything. I know I’m laying all kinds of existential anxiety on them,’ she said on the show.
Discussion: Sandra appears on the Tuesday edition of Red Table Talk
In agreement: Jada Pinkett Smith was seen agreeing with Sandra’s sentiment
Advice: Jada’s mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris also understood Sandra’s viewpoint
‘I have to think about what they’re gonna experience leaving the home. How can I make sure my anxiety is accurate, protective?’ she continued.
‘With Lou, being a young Black man, at some point sweet, funny Lou is going to be a young man and the minute he leaves my home, I can’t follow him everywhere. I will try. I don’t know what I will do, but I pray, pray, pray I’ve done a good enough job, scared them sufficiently.’
‘I’ve been schooling Lou since he was 6 years old and popped that hoodie on his head. I let him see everything. I let him process it, he knows how the world works, he knows how cruel it is and how unfair it is and now Laila knowing it.’
Sandra said she took issue with boyfriend Bryan watching the gruesome Netflix hit Squid Game, not because of the violence, but because the Korean show had ‘no black people in it.’
Parenting: Sandra Bullock says she ‘sometimes’ wishes she ‘matched’ her adopted African-American children’s skin (Pictured with daughter Laila, eight, last year on Red Table Talk)
She also said she ‘sometimes’ wished she and her children’s skin color ‘matched’ because it would be ‘easier’ on how people perceive them as a family.
‘To say that I wished our skins matched… sometimes I do,’ she confessed, as Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris agreed.
‘Because then it would be easier on how people approach us. And I have the same feelings as a woman with brown skin, and it being her babies. Or a white woman with white babies,’ Bullock continued.
Jada’s daughter Willow Smith then interjected in the conversation saying: ‘It’s the mother-child dynamic. There is no color. We don’t have to put a color on…’
Bullock cut in, replying to Willow: ‘Maybe one day that will go away. Maybe one day we will be able to see with different eyes.’
Jada’s daughter Willow Smith interjected in the conversation saying: ‘It’s the mother-child dynamic. There is no color. We don’t have to put a color on…’
Responding: Bullock replied to Willow, saying, ‘Maybe one day that will go away. Maybe one day we will be able to see with different eyes.’