Sandra Bullock's 'adoption dream came true'
Sandra Bullock has reportedly wanted to adopt another child for some time.
The 51-year-old actress became the mother of New Orleans born son Louis in 2010, beginning the adoption process while married to her ex-husband Jesse James.
Now she's in what appears to be her first serious relationship since the end of her marriage that same year, Sandra is said to have expanded her brood. Recent reports claim she's adopted a baby girl and the star is reportedly over the moon, especially as she is happy with boyfriend Bryan Randall.
"Sandra has always said adopting Louis was the best thing she ever did and she was keen for more kids," an insider told Britain's Closer magazine. "She started the process when she was single, but when she got serious with Bryan, he said he wanted to be on board too. He has been committed from the start and since he moved in (to her house), she's told pals: 'I'm in love with my new family!'"
Bryan is already a father to daughter Skylar, 22, but has been hit with claims he owes child support. He was granted full custody of his daughter in 2007 following the death of her mother, but this seemingly hasn't put Sandra off.
"Sandra knows Bryan's past has concerned her friends but she believes he's truly changed and is the perfect father figure for her children," the insider added. "She feels she's found her happy ending."
Earlier in October (15) sources told RadarOnline that Sandra was getting back into the swing of having a baby in the household again. While there's apparently some struggles with juggling both children, the star is said to be blissfully happy.
“The baby has been fussier that Louis was at that age, and Sandy hasn’t been getting a lot of sleep,” a source told the website. “The little baby has been very colicky, which has been stressful for Sandy. But even though Sandy has been sleep-deprived, she has never been happier!”
- Cover Media