Sandra Bullock praises her boyfriend, Brian Randall, for helping her raise her two adopted children

Sandra Bullock called her longtime boyfriend Brian 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 – whom she announced in 2015 – and they now share two children and a daughter from a previous relationship.

Sandra said: ‘I’ve found the love of my life, we share two beautiful children – three kids, his eldest daughter – it’s the best thing ever. red table discussion, referring to the 55-year-old snapper.

‘I’ve found the love of my life’: Sandra Bullock hails boyfriend Brian Randall as a ‘saint’ and praises him for helping raise her two adopted children (shown above in this week’s Red Table Talk)

The Blind Side actress has son Louis, 11, whom she adopted in 2010 when he was 3 and a half months old, and daughter Laila, 8, who she adopted from Louisiana The nursery school when the child was three years old in 2015.

She met Brian when she hired him as a photographer for her son’s birthday, calling him a “saint” after telling him she was adopting another child when “they haven’t been together for that long”.

I said, Do you remember that nondisclosure agreement you signed when I photographed my son? I said, “You know, that still stands.” He said, “Why?” “I’m going to bring a baby home when I get back from Toronto,” Sandra explained.

Father: The 57-year-old was in the process of adopting a second child when things got serious with the photographer - who she announced in 2015 (photo above in 2018)

Father: The 57-year-old was in the process of adopting a second child when things got serious with the photographer – who she announced in 2015 (photo above in 2018)

Unity: The couple now shares both children, and a daughter from a previous relationship (pictured, 2018)

Unity: The couple now shares both children, and a daughter from a previous relationship (pictured, 2018)

He was very happy, but he was afraid. I’m a bulldozer. My life was already on the right track and here’s this beautiful human being who doesn’t want anything to do with my life, just the right human being wants to be there.

She also described her partner as “very Christian” and a great example to children. “I don’t always agree with him and he doesn’t always agree with me,” she said, adding, “But if they can walk away from that and that’s where they feel drawn to, he’s just the right parent to be in that situation.”

Referring to her painful divorce from her former infidelity Jesse James in 2010, Sandra added that she was “so glad the universe made me wait” to start a family of her own.

Tea pouring: Sandra spoke to Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother, Adrian Banfield-Norris and Willow Smith on Red Table Talk

Tea pouring: Sandra spoke to Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother, Adrian Banfield-Norris and Willow Smith on Red Table Talk

Rare insight: The Oscar winner has kept her relationship with Brian relatively private

Rare insight: The Oscar winner has kept her relationship with Brian relatively private

But as “someone who went through the divorce process” Sandra was ambivalent about whether to remarry.

“I don’t want to say I do it like I do it, but I don’t need a piece of paper to be a faithful partner, a faithful mother.”

She continued: ‘I don’t need to be told to be present at all during the most difficult times. I don’t need to be told to weather a storm with a good man,”

The Oscar winner encouraged: “Think of the kids first.”

Adorable: Speed ​​star adopted Lily from a foster home in Louisiana when her daughter was three in 2015

Adorable: Speed ​​star adopted Lily from a foster home in Louisiana when her daughter was three in 2015

Dotted mom: Sandra adopted son Louis when he was 3 and a half months old in 2010 (pictured above in 2013)

Dotted mom: Sandra adopted son Louis when he was 3 and a half months old in 2010 (pictured above in 2013)

Speaking about the rigorous adoption process of becoming a parent, Sandra revealed: “When I first went through this process myself, you have to prove that you are a capable parent and that you are in the judgment cage.

I’m halfway gone and gone, I can’t do that. It was an out-of-body experience… You’re thinking, if I don’t answer this question correctly, you’re out of character.

She also spoke about the issue of race, and being the father of two African-American children.

As a white mother who loves her and who loves her children, I am afraid of everything. She said on the show I know I put all kinds of existential anxiety on them.

DISCUSSION: Sandra appears on Tuesday's edition of Red Table Talk

DISCUSSION: Sandra appears on Tuesday’s edition of Red Table Talk

Agreed: Jada Pinkett Smith was seen agreeing with Sandra's feelings

Agreed: Jada Pinkett Smith was seen agreeing with Sandra’s feelings

Tip: Jada's mother, Adrian Banfield Norris, has caught Sandra's point

Tip: Jada’s mother, Adrian Banfield Norris, has caught Sandra’s point

I have to think about what they will experience when they leave the house. How can I be sure my anxiety is accurate and preventative? I continued.

With Lu, being a young black guy, Lu would be cute and funny at some point a young man and the moment he leaves my house, I can’t follow him everywhere. I will try. I don’t know what to do, but I pray, I pray, I pray, I’ve done a good enough job, and I scared them enough.

I’ve been studying Lou since he was 6 years old and that T-shirt has popped over his head. I let him see it all. I let him handle it, he knows how the world works, he knows how cruel it is and how unfair it is, and now Laila knows it.

Sandra said she had a falling out with boyfriend Brian watching the gruesome Netflix series that hit Squid Game, not because of the violence, but because the Korean show “didn’t have black people in it.”

Parenting: Sandra Bullock says she 'sometimes' wishes she 'matched' the complexion of her African-American adopted children (pictured with her daughter Lila, eight, last year on Red Table Talk)

Parenting: Sandra Bullock says she ‘sometimes’ wishes she ‘matched’ the complexion of her African-American adopted children (pictured with her daughter Lila, eight, last year on Red Table Talk)

She also said that she “sometimes” wishes her children’s skin tone was “matched” because it would be “easier” in how people perceive them as a family.

She admitted, as Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, agreed: “To say I wish our skins matched…sometimes I do.”

Because then it will be easier for the way people deal with us. And I have the same feelings as a brown-skinned woman, and being her children. Or a white woman with white children, Bullock continued.

Then Jada’s daughter Willow Smith interjected, saying: ‘It’s a mother-baby dynamic. There is no color. We don’t have to put color on…”

Bullock interrupted his response to Willow: “Maybe one day it will disappear. Maybe one day we will be able to see with different eyes.”

Jada's daughter Willow Smith interjected, saying: 'It's a mother-baby dynamic.  There is no color.  We don't have to put color on...

Jada’s daughter Willow Smith interjected, saying: ‘It’s a mother-baby dynamic. There is no color. We don’t have to put color on…”

Reply: Bullock replied to Willow:

Response: Bullock replied to Willow, “Maybe one day it will disappear. Maybe one day we will be able to see with different eyes.”

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