Devastated Sandra Bullock Will Bid Farewell to Her Partner in an Extremely Poignant Way

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The way Sandra Bullock has chosen to say goodbye to the man she referred to as the “love of her life” is revealed. The actress, who tragically lost her longtime boyfriend Bryan Randall earlier this month, is heartbroken. However, she is determined to pay tribute to their shared memories in the most profound way possible.

A sad end to a real love story.

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In the summer of 2015, it was revealed that the star had started dating the photographer. Randall, who has a daughter from a past relationship, was also co-parenting Bullock’s two adopted kids.

Unfortunately, on August 5th, it was announced that Randall had passed away at 57. He had been diagnosed with a disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) three years before.

A symbolic place.

It is reported that the 59-year-old actress is planning to scatter her late partner’s ashes in the place where they had once exchanged vows in the New Year of 2017.

It is believed that the Miss Congeniality actress will be returning to the villa compound called Three Bees in the Bahamas in order to disperse her lover’s ashes in the sea there.

Besides exchanging their vows there, it is reported that the couple used to love that location and had visited it multiple times, often staying ’’for weeks at a time’’ throughout their relationship. A source noted, ’’The place was just so special to both of them. They would take over the entire island, so they could truly be themselves.’’ They added that they had shared “some of their happiest times” at the location, often accompanied by family and friends.

The source concluded by saying, ’’It holds a lot of meaning, and it just makes sense for that to be where she says goodbye to him.’’

Our hearts are with Sandra and her family during this difficult period, and the actress’s devotion to her two kids and orphaned stepdaughter has only deepened our admiration for her.

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