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Jennifer Aniston 'supports Sandra's dating choice'

Published 02/09/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Jennifer Aniston is said to be happy about Sandra Bullock's new relationship with Bryan Randall.

The Miss Congeniality star's love life has been fairly quiet since she split from husband Jesse James in 2010 following revelations he'd been unfaithful.

But things have now changed as it's been claimed Sandra is dating attractive photographer Bryan Randall, who was her plus one to Jennifer and Justin Theroux's wedding last month.

According to People, this wasn't the first time the Hollywood couple met their friend's new beau as Sandra apparently introduced them to Bryan on July 4 while hosting a party.

"Sandra looked very happy [at the wedding]," an insider told the publication. "Jen and Sandra are great friends now. Jen's very happy that Sandra is dating."

Sandra's new romance has been a hot topic of late and last week she and Bryan were spotted out having a cosy dinner together in Hollywood. Onlookers commented on how loved-up the pair appeared and that Bryan couldn't hold back on the PDA.

And it seems his family have given their seal of approval to him dating the A-list beauty, who raises adopted son Louis.

“He’s a great guy,” a source close to Bryan’s family recently told People. “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 [Sandra]."

After former Friends star Jennifer attended her pal's Independence Day party at Sandra's home in Austin, Texas, those close to the actresses were quick to comment on their bond.

"Sandra and Jen have a lot in common and enjoy each other's company," a source previously told Us Weekly. "They have been having each other over for dinner regularly."

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