Sandra Bullock Announces Adoption Of Three-Year Old Daughter Laila In People Magazine!

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY BRYAN RANDALL/GETTY IMAGES

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY BRYAN RANDALL/GETTY IMAGES

Sandra Bullock Is A Mom Again! 

Oscar Award Winner /Actress, Sandra Bullock opens up about the adoption of her three -year old daughter, Laila in the december issue of  ‘PEOPLE’ Magazine. ‘It was Destined To Happen’ – says Bullock.

Bullock says her five-year old son Luis questioned her about whether he’d ever have a sibling [that resembled him at the age of two] , and she began to think about it. Bullock says Luis is a very wise soul and knew his wish would come true before Laila arrived. Bullock [who is also very close with her younger sister, Gesine Bullock] felt the ‘writings were on the wall’ and she took action.

Inside the interview, Bullock says she kept the adoption a secret from family and friends until it was complete because Laila was a ‘foster child’ and there were strict privacy guidelines that she had to follow.

The lovely photos were taken by Bullock’s boyfriend/ photographer, Ryan Randall. The cover shot only shows the back of the little girl to protect her privacy. Another photo shows Bullock and her two children in a simple profile pic with their faces turned away from the camera. According to People, Bullock is undeniably a hollywood star but she is not a fan of the ‘fame’ and ‘paparazzi’ tailing that comes with the job, thus why her boyfriend was the only one allowed to take the exclusive photos.

When asked about the excitement with her extended family, Bullock responds:

Now My Kids Have Someone To Talk About Their Mom. There’s ‘Glitter And Pink’ Mixed With ‘Lego’ And ‘Batman’. And, I Finally Know All The Lyrics To The ‘Frozen’ Song

The Power of Humanity! Kudos to Sandra Bullock!  Be sure to catch the full read on newsstands now!

One Love PLUMS! 

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