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In the world of the tabloids, Sandra Bullock is frequently getting pregnant and adopting more babies. In reality, the actress has two kids and hasn't expanded her family. Gossip Cop has compiled a few wrong rumors claiming otherwise.

In January, Gossip Cop busted OK! for falsely claiming Bullock was pregnant with a "miracle baby" at 54-years-old. According to the outlet, the actress and her boyfriend Bryan Randall were expecting a child after "two years of trying, and six months of IVF treatments." The magazine even maintained that Bullock had a "baby bump" while promoting her Netflix movie Bird Box in Brazil. The story was based on claims from an anonymous "source," but the actress's own rep dismissed it.

Last November, Gossip Cop called out Star for making up a story about Bullock being pregnant with her boyfriend's baby. The outlet contended that the actress had been backing out of social gatherings and "avoiding alcohol" if she did go out. The unreliable magazine had no idea how far along Bullock was in her supposed pregnancy, but insisted an "official announcement" would be coming soon. No such announcement ever came and that's because the actress wasn't expecting a child. As we noted at the time, Bullock has been known to mock pregnancy rumors. She once said in an interview, "In one tabloid I was two months pregnant, and in another I was four months pregnant."

In April 2018, Gossip Cop debunked a Life & Style article claiming Bullock was pregnant with her first biological child. The outlet asserted that the actress wasn't planning on getting pregnant, but she and her boyfriend were delighted when it happened. A so-called "insider" told the tabloid that Bullock broke the news to her two kids, who "squealed with glee" at the prospect of getting another sibling. The actress's spokesperson promptly shot down the report as being "absolutely false."

Also last year, Gossip Cop busted OK! for wrongly reporting that Bullock was adopting a third child. The publication claimed the actress's boyfriend was helping her with the adoption process, but provided zero details about what the process entailed. Still, a suspicious tipster insisted, "Sandra's been aching to adopt again, and she's thrilled that Bryan will be a part of it." Like the stories mentioned above, a rep qualified to speak on Bullock's behalf confirmed it was untrue. All of these baby rumors have also been disproven by the passage of time.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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