Sandra Bullock is head over heels for her boyfriend, Bryan Randall.
“I found the love of my life,” the Oscar winner, 57, gushed on “Red Table Talk” on Wednesday. “We share two beautiful children — three children, his older daughter. It’s the best thing ever.”
While Bullock and the photographer do not have any kids together, they blended their families after falling for each other in 2015.
The “Blind Side” star adopted her now-11-year-old son, Louis, in 2010 when he was 3 months old. Five years later, she adopted her now-8-year-old daughter, Laila, from a foster home in Louisiana.
Randall, for his part, has an adult daughter, Skylar, from a previous relationship. He met Bullock when she hired him to take photos for her son’s 5th birthday party.
The actress said on the Facebook Watch series that Randall was a “saint” after she told him her plans to adopt a second child even though 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,’” she recalled. “He said, ‘Why?’ I said, ‘I’m bringing a child home when I come back from Toronto.’”
She continued, “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.”
Bullock went on to describe her “very Christian” boyfriend as a good role model for their kids.
“I don’t always agree with him and he doesn’t always agree with me,” she said. “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.”
Reflecting on her 2010 divorce from West Coast Choppers founder Jesse James, who infamously had multiple affairs during their marriage, the “Proposal” star said she was “so glad the universe had [her] wait” to start a family with the right person.
While she is very much in love with Randall, Bullock admitted that marriage may not be in their future because she wants to “think about the children first.”
“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 said. “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.”