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Sandra Bullock's beau 'in it for the long run'

Published 22/04/2016

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock and her children were apparently a hit with her boyfriend Bryan Randall's family.

Sandra Bullock's beau is reportedly working hard to prove to her that he's a keeper.

The Oscar-winning actress had reason to be somewhat wary of men, after her ex-husband Jesse James had cheated on her. But Sandra has been dating Bryan Randall since last summer (15), and it seems as if the photographer is getting ever closer to sealing the deal with the star.

"They kept to themselves but even from a distance you could see the connection they have," an insider told US OK! magazine of a recent trip to the Nines hotel in Portland Oregon, adding that Sandra had almost given up on marriage before Bryan came along.

"Bryan is slowly proving that she can trust him, and that he's in it for the long haul."

Things are going so well that Sandra even met her beau's family when in Portland, and the source adds she wanted to make a good impression when meeting her potential in-laws. Her adopted kids Louis, six, and three-year-old Laila, joined the couple and the trip is thought to have gone swimmingly.

"Everyone loved Sandy and the kids," the insider smiled. "Especially Bryan's brother, Kevin. They all got along beautifully.

"Bryan is very close to his family, and as he'd already met Sandra's sister and father, they both felt it was her turn. Now, he'll feel much more comfortable going ahead with a proposal when the time is right."

These exciting reports follow claims the pair were discussing spending the rest of their lives together even in October (15). Despite their busy schedules, Sandra and Bryan are working hard to see each other at any possible chance and are openly affectionate with each other, as a source previously noted they exchange 'I love yous' often.

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