Here's How Sandra Bullock Found Love Again After a Painful Divorce
Sandra Bullock is an actress known for her roles in films such as “The Blind Side” and “Miss Congeniality.” However, her fans hardly know anything about her personal life as she tends to keep it out of the spotlight.
Sandra is a mother of two adopted children; a boy called Louis and a girl named Laila. She is in a relationship with a photographer, Bryan Randall.
She was previously married to the host of “Monster Garage,” Jesse James from 2005 until their divorce in 2010. Since then she has bounced back better than ever.
Last year Sandra was interviewed by “Instyle” magazine following the release of her film “Oceans 8.” The interview centered on both her career and personal life.
One aspect of her personal life that the interview touches on is a photo shoot her boyfriend did of her and her children.
Children are known for being uncooperative during photo shoots, but Sandra says that Bryan dealt with them very well:
“He’s a patient photographer who was working with three subjects who hate the camera. Plus, I had to figure out how to hide the kids’ faces because there was a bounty on our heads. When you adopt a child, there’s a placement period, and if something goes sideways, they have the right to take the child away.”
Although Sandra Bullock is an established actress, many young people who watch Netflix do not know her and therefore did not recognize her in the film “Bird Box,” which was released on the streaming platform.
The lady from bird box looks like MJ 😭 pic.twitter.com/ijBCBvsf0c— bob (@xlstarman) December 26, 2018
The film is receiving a lot of attention, including an Emmy and Oscar nomination. But it first became apparent on Twitter that teenagers and young adults are not aware of Sandra’s career and talent.
if i EVER HEAR someone disrespect SANDRA BULLOCK by calling her “that lady from bird box”....— Asia(n) (@_asiadavis) December 27, 2018
We fighting. pic.twitter.com/41beMAuf9C
People who fall into the age category of millennials and older then defended Sandra and took it upon themselves to educate the younger people about her career and cultural significance.