Sandra Bullock Looks Calm During an Outing With Daughter Since Partner Bryan Randall's Death
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The 'Lost City' actress and her 11-year-old daughter Laila were joined by her bodyguard, Peter Weireter, when they took an afternoon stroll in Los Angeles on Thursday, October 16.

AceShowbiz - Sandra Bullock was spotted enjoying a day out with her daughter Laila since the death of her longtime partner, Bryan Randall. Two months after her man passed away, "The Blind Side" actress was photographed taking an afternoon stroll in Los Angeles with her daughter Laila.

The mother-and-daughter duo were joined by her bodyguard, Peter Weireter, during the Thursday, October 16 outing. The two walked hand-in-hand and seemed to be in calm spirits. At one point, the 59-year-old could be seen stopping to chat with her before bending down and giving her a kiss on the cheek.

For her outfit, Sandra opted to go with a white crewneck T-shirt, black slacks, black belt, tan coat and white sneakers. She completed her look with a crossbody black pouch, black glasses, gold earrings and a gold necklace. Her 11-year-old child, meanwhile, sported a two-piece blue velour sweatsuit with light blue and white sneakers.

The outing came after Sandra's partner, Randall, lost his battle with fatal motor neuron disease ALS. The two first met after she hired him to take photographs at a birthday party for her son Louis, now 13, in 2015. They went public as a couple in October of that year at the premiere of her movie "Our Brand Is Crisis".

The actress had not been in a serious relationship since her bitter split from her cheating ex-husband, Jesse James, in 2010, which was the same year she adopted Louis. Sources told the Daily Mail Louis, as well as Sandra's daughter Laila, called Bryan "dad."

The couple tied the knot in an unofficial ceremony in December 2017 at French financier Arpaud Busson's Three Bees Villa on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. It's been reported Bryan was mainly cared for at Sandra's home in Beverly Hills where a team of nurses is said to have worked.

An insider added to the Mail, "The relationship was absolutely strained by it, and it was really hard for the children. (During Covid lockdowns) she just stopped letting people in the house."

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