Sandra Bullock is not pregnant, despite a false report claiming the actress is expecting a "miracle baby" at the age of 53. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the claim. A rep for the actress tells us she's not having a child.
The latest issue of Life & Style says Bullock, who's mom to an adopted boy and girl, is expecting her first biological child with boyfriend Bryan Randall. A so-called "source" tells the magazine, "Sandra never planned to get pregnant, but there are signs she's expecting. She's put on a little weight and she's been lying low and eating better than ever. It's the best surprise."
The outlet's questionable insider goes on to say that Bullock's kids Louis, 8, and Laila, 5, were overjoyed when their mom broke the supposed baby news to them. "Louis wants a baby brother and Laila said she wants a little sister," maintains the alleged tipster, who further contends the actress's children "squealed with glee" at the prospect of getting another sibling.
The publication's seemingly phony source further insists "the last thing [Bullock] would ever do is announce that she's expecting," but "those who know her" have learned a baby is on the way. Who exactly are these sources "who know her"? The tabloid doesn't say, but Bullock's own spokesperson tells Gossip Cop on the record the story is "absolutely false and has no basis in any truth." The actress's rep further tells us she warned the magazine against "manufacturing and inventing lies in order to increase your sales," but it ran the phony article anyway.
It's worth noting, the tabloids have been publishing false "pregnancy news" about Bullock for more than a decade. As far back as 2007, Bullock noted, "In one tabloid I was two months pregnant, and in another I was four months pregnant." She then declared, "[I'm] not pregnant!"
Considering this bogus narrative has been going on for quite some time, there's no reason to believe it's true in 2018, especially given that its much more difficult for women in their fifties to get pregnant. When it does happen, it's typically as a result of several rounds of IVF treatments, but the magazine claims Bullock's "pregnancy" happened naturally.
Additionally, Life & Style has proven to have very little insight into the actress's personal life. Gossip Cop busted the magazine last year for wrongly reporting that Bullock and Randall were having a "winter wedding." Obviously, no such ceremony took place, and no baby will be arriving either.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.