In mid-2022, Sandra Bullock announced her temporary retirement from the Hollywood industry. At the time, she argued that she had been mentally exhausted for many years, which was understandable considering that the actress had been working non-stop for 35 years at the time. But it will be a tool to keep secret the secret battle going on in his family.
“I don’t want to be indebted to anyone else’s schedule other than my own. I am very ‘burnt out’. I am very tired and I am not able to make healthy and wise decisions and I know this (…) “I want to stay at home. I just want to be home… because I was always running, I was always running for the next thing. I just want to be around and be responsible for something,” Bullock told The Hollywood Reporter.
However, on August 7, it was announced that Brian Randall, who had been Bullock’s partner since 2015, had died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which had been diagnosed three years earlier. Now, it is understood that there were more serious reasons behind Bullock’s break than mere fatigue, as the actress spent all the time she had taken care of her partner until his last days.
Sandra Bullock’s sister Gesine Bullock-Prado confirmed on social networks that Sandra was not separated from her boyfriend for a second, and thanked all the medical staff who lightened the actress’s difficult load.
“I believe Bray has found the best sky fishing spots and is already casting his lures into mighty salmon-filled rivers. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a cruel disease, but I take comfort in knowing that my wonderful sister and the team of nurses she assembled to care for her at home were the best caregivers she could find. Rest in peace, Brian,” Gesin wrote on his network alongside a photo of Brian sporting a wide smile and a cigar in his hand.
According to Page Six Media, there were very few people who knew about Bryan’s health status. Among them was Channing Tatum, her co-star in Bullock’s recent film The Lost City. In fact, when Sandra walked the red carpet of the film without her inseparable boyfriend, there was much speculation, but no media attention was paid to the delicate situation. I didn’t know. that the couple was living.
A high-profile Hollywood producer also shared a few words with the American tabloid, in which he assured that he “did not think that people knew that Sandra had gone to Brian’s care”, admitting that by her ” was “destroyed”. She was such a favorite lady in the industry.
Sandra Bullock met Brian Randall when she hired him to be the photographer for her son Louis Bardo’s 5th birthday. The two struck up an instant chemistry and were seen together at the wedding of Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux the following year. Although there is no confirmation, media such as the Daily Mail have assured that Bullock and Randall were married in 2017 in an informal ceremony at the Three Bees Villa Sanctuary in the Bahamas.
While the relationship was still in its early months, Sandra adopted their second daughter, Layla, and the two children became very close to Randall.
“that is very good. For the kids, he is like number 1 and I am number 2. But I figure it’s because she’s more fun and her whims are better,” Bullock said of her late partner’s parenting skills.
The same Daily Mail assures that the ordeal that Randall went through had a profound effect even on the children, who from an early age called him “Dad”.
A source told the British newspaper: “It caused a strained relationship and had a very bad effect on the children.”