Sandra Bullock welcomed her adopted young son, Louis Bardo, in 2010, and now five years later, the Oscar-winning actress is dealing with rumours that she is adding to her brood. Speaking to People magazine, Sandra admitted: "I've always said that I could have a house full of kids."
Sandra Bullock cuddles little Louis in to her in 2013
"But at this time the only kids in my house, other than Louis, are the ones whose parents want them back at the end of the playdate."
She added, joking with the magazine: "But if these drumbeaters know something that I don't, I'd appreciate a heads-up on the details so I can pick up some supplies. I'm wickedly unprepared if Louis is getting a sibling this week."
Fifty-year-old Sandra introduced three-and-a-half month old little boy Louis exclusively in Hello! Magazine - the "perfect little man" she had kept secret from the world, before her split with husband Jesse James and before she picked up an Academy Award.
Sandra and Louis on the cover of Hello! in 2010
Sandra also opened up to People about Louis, now five-years-old, and their wonderful relationship: "Louis asks me some serious questions, and I'm really honest with him on a level he can handle."
"It's a beautiful thing," she says. "I want him to be a good man who is good to women and is really in touch with how he feels."
Despite denying that she was planning to welcome more children into her brood, Sandra did open up on the family she has now, revealing that family "are people you choose to have in your life. There are so many variations of families out there that are perfect."
Louis is known for his smart and stylish fashion sense
She adds: "My family looks nothing like I ever imagined it would. It's better than I ever imagined."
Sandra went through a divorce in 2010, after her husband Jesse James admitted to cheating. Sandra, who on Wednesday was named the Most Beautiful Woman of 2015, also explained how her family and friends rally around those in need.
"If you are struggling, the women in my life descend like paratroopers en masse and will not leave your side until they know you are standing on your own two feet again," she says. "No judgment, just support."