Sandra Bullock plans to say goodbye to her boyfriend by scattering his ashes in the Bahamas. Brian Randall passed away earlier this month at the age of 57 after a three-year battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Information was published by daily Mail This Monday (21).
The Oscar winner intends to return to the same luxury resort on Harbor Island where she and Brian exchanged ‘vows’ in 2017 (three years before his diagnosis), in a symbolic ceremony and without any legal value . In fact the two never married.
source of daily Mail Said: “This place was very special to both of them. They took over the whole island so that they could live to themselves. It was a place where they shared some of their happiest moments with children and friends.”
“They used to go there for weeks. It means a lot and it makes sense that this is where she says goodbye to him.”
Sandra and Brian had been together since 2015, when they met after she hired him to photograph their son Louis’ birthday in 2015. Their relationship has always been marked by their very discreet style and away from the Hollywood spotlight.
Nevertheless, at the end of 2021, the actress of ‘Cidade Perdida’ (2022) praised her boyfriend fiercely in an interview given to Red Table Talk. “I have found the love of my life. We have two beautiful children – three from his eldest daughter. It’s the best thing ever.”
hey daily Mail Earlier in the month, photos were released of the symbolic ceremony in which Sandra and Brian “exchanged vows” and celebrated their love.
This intimate and emotional ceremony was witnessed by friends and family in December 2017. In the clip, Sandra is seen with her hair divided into two ponytails. She wears a long flowered dress, while her partner wears a light shirt, pants, sandals, and a hat.
“We are very sad to share that on August 5, Brian Randall passed away peacefully after a three-year battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Brian chose to keep his journey with ALS and those of us with it private. The victim’s family “cared for her and did our best to honor her request,” the victim’s family said in a press release.