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Sandra Bullock 'a hit with UK hunks'

Published 25/06/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock allegedly caught the eye of "Britain's most eligible bachelors" during a recent trip to London.

The actress was in the British capital earlier this month for the premiere of her latest flick Minions, in which she voices the villainous Scarlet Overkill.

She was joined on the yellow carpet by director Kyle Balda and producer Chris Renaud, but it seems there were plenty of other men that had their eye on her.

"As soon as word got out that Sandy would be attending the Minions premiere, her PR team was slammed with dinner requests and event invites, many from Britain's most eligible bachelors," a source divulged to the American edition of OK! magazine.

While the insider says 50-year-old Sandra didn't say yes to any of the invites because of her tight schedule, she was reportedly "very flattered".

Since splitting with ex-husband Jesse James in 2010, after it came to light he had cheated, Sandra has been linked to a string of high-profile stars. In 2014 it was claimed she was romancing Captain America star Chris Evans, and Tom Cruise's name also cropped up that year.

Earlier this year she was linked to her The Heat co-star Michael McDonald after the pair were snapped looking cosy at Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

She's also persistently been linked to her good friend and Gravity co-star George Clooney, but those rumours were put to rest when he married his wife Amal last year.

No man will ever compare to her son Louis though, who she adopted five years ago.

“Nothing makes me happier than hearing that boy laugh, [by] physical humour and animation so hopefully I’ll be able to do that [with Minions]," Sandra recently said of Louis.

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