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Bullock’s ‘cosy dinner date’

Published 02/09/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock’s rumoured new beau Bryan Randall spent their entire date with his arm draped around the actress, according to an eyewitness.

News of the Minions actress’ rumoured relationship with model-turned-photographer Bryan Randall first came to light last month, after she reportedly took him to Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s wedding. While it’s believed they have been dating quietly for a number of months, the 51-year-old seemingly put on an affectionate display with her new beau while out for dinner in West Hollywood last week.

“He had his arm around her the entire meal," a fellow diner told People magazine. "He was rubbing her arm, kissing her shoulder and at one point they cuddled up closer to look at something on her phone.”

Sandra has remained single since her divorce from Jesse James was finalised in 2010 after five years of marriage. But insiders believe the Oscar winner introduced the 49-year-old to her close friends over the Independence Day weekend in July, before bringing him along to Jennifer’s wedding last month.

“Wedding guests commented on how happy she looked," another source told the publication.

As well as their respective good looks, the couple have reportedly been drawn to each other by the mutual emphasis they place on family and being parents.

While Sandra is mother to adopted son Louis, five, Bryan has a college-aged daughter from a previous relationship.

“He’s a great guy,” a source close to Bryan’s family added. “His parents are amazing people. Everyone is really proud of him for being a talented photographer and model and thinks it's great he's dating [Bullock]."

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