Sandra Bullock has, according to reports, added to her brood by adopting a baby girl. Five years after adopting her son, Louis – whom the Oscar-winning actress introduced to the world exclusively in HELLO! – RadarOnline.com reports that she has brought the new addition home to Los Angeles.
According to the publication, an insider reveals that the brunette's new boyfriend, 49-year-old model and photographer Bryan Randall, will be involved in caring for the little one.
Sandra Bullock has reportedly adopted a baby girl
"Sandra's made it quite clear to Bryan from the start that she's looking for a husband to raise kids with," the source told Radar.
"She had the paperwork ready to adopt another child but really wanted to do it with the right man, and Bryan’s been checking every box so far.
"Everyone knows how terrified she is of giving her heart away again, but Bryan's incredibly supportive, loving and a brilliant father figure", said the source. "Sandra says he’s perfect."
Sandra Bullock cuddles up to little Louis in 2013
Earlier this year Sandra, 51, opened up on her desire to have more children. Speaking to People magazine in April, when she was crowned the magazine's "Most Beautiful Woman", she said: "I've always said that I could have a house full of kids."
However, the Gravity star denied the rumours that she would be expanding her family: "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."
The actress introduced her son to the world in a HELLO! Magazine Exclusive
She also revealed that family "are people you choose to have in your life. There are so many variations of families out there that are perfect," adding, "My family looks nothing like I ever imagined it would. It's better than I ever imagined."
Sandra introduced three-and-a-half month old 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 – back in 2010.