Sandra Bullock and her boyfriend Bryan Randall did not tie the knot in a secret backyard wedding, despite a false tabloid report. Gossip Cop can debunk the story. The actress and the photographer haven't gotten married.
According to Life & Style, the couple of four years quietly wed at her home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. A supposed source tells the magazine, "The buzz is that they had a super-casual ceremony in her cabin's backyard. Only a few close friends, their families, and of course, their kids were there." Bullock has two young adopted children, while Randall has a grown daughter from a previous marriage.
The alleged insider purports to know all the details of Bullock's so-called "wedding," including the music selection, the menu, the decor, what the couple wore and how much it cost. The tipster also maintains that Randall planned their "$18,000 reception" himself to save money, while the wedding cake was made by Bullock's sister. The "insider," however, glaringly neglects to mention when the nuptials took place. How is it that the tabloid's "source" knows all the ins and outs of the wedding except for when it occurred?
The publication hides behind an anonymous and seemingly imaginary insider to sell its story, but Bullock's own spokesperson is going on the record to dismiss it. Despite what the outlet's unidentified tipster claims, a rep qualified to speak on the actress's behalf confirms no wedding took place at her home, and she's not married. The magazine's article is simply fabricated.
It must be mentioned, Life & Style appears to have a very short memory span. In February, Gossip Cop busted the very same tabloid for untruthfully contending Bullock and Randall had gotten secretly married at her home in Los Angeles. This latest article makes no mention of that equally imaginary scenario. Instead, the magazine has decided to move the fake nuptials to Wyoming.
Last November, Gossip Cop called out the publication for wrongly insisting Bullock was expecting a baby with her boyfriend. We debunked the bogus pregnancy rumor as soon as it emerged. Naturally, the magazine's newest tale doesn't address what happened to the actress being pregnant.
It's worth noting, Life & Style also made up a story about Bullock expecting a child back in April 2018. And in December 2017, the outlet incorrectly asserted Bullock and Randall were having a "winter wedding" in Europe. None of the tabloid's narratives have panned out, but that hasn't stop it from coming up with new ones. This latest report surrounding a backyard wedding in Wyoming is also nothing more than fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.