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Sandra Bullock’s ‘new love revealed’

Published 28/08/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock is said to have finally moved on from the pain of her 2010 divorce from ex-husband Jesse G. James.

The 51-year-old Gravity star suffered a painful divorce from Jesse G. James in 2012 after five years of marriage, following rumours that he had been unfaithful.

But it seems she is now fully absorbed in an exciting new romance, as People magazine has confirmed the identity of the actress’ new beau as snapper Bryan. Although reports emerged a few weeks ago suggesting Sandra bagged a hot guy, his name was still a mystery to most.

Bryan, who is a native of Portland, Oregon, now resides in Los Angeles and it’s claimed the 49-year-old has been dating Sandra for “several months” now.

Apparently the hot new couple met each other through mutual friends.

In addition to photography, Bryan also worked as a model, having posed for Saint Laurent and in editorials for Harper’s Bazaar magazine in the past.

Their romance is said to have been heating up tremendously of late, as they have been attending numerous public events together. It’s claimed Sandra took Bryan as her date to Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s secret backyard wedding on August 5. The pair were also seen leaving restaurant hotspot Craig’s in West Hollywood together on Thursday night.

It is unknown whether Bryan has met Sandra’s five-year-old adopted son Louis yet, who she welcomed into her family in 2010.

Sandra is very close to Louis and has recently gushed about how the little boy brings so much light into her life.

The stunning brunette even decided to lend her voice to hit animated featured Minions just so she could prompt Louis to smile.

“I wanted to make something my son could see and watch and enjoy, even though he doesn’t know what I do and he doesn’t know it’s me – I can sit in the theatre and watch him,” she said, according to the Irish Examiner.

“Nothing makes me happier than hearing that boy laugh, [by] physical humour and animation so hopefully I’ll be able to do that.”

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