The joys of parenthood. Sandra Bullock opened up about her two children, 6-year-old son Louis and 4-year-old daughter Laila, on Harry Connick Jr.’s new daytime talk show — and she was endearingly honest.
During an appearance on the Monday, September 12, series premiere episode of Harry, the 52-year-old Oscar winner revealed that Louis and Laila aren’t exactly the quietest kids on the block. “The babies are so good. So loud, so loud,” Bullock, wearing Cinq à Sept, said. “I have the loudest children on the planet. I don’t know if it’s the acoustics [in our home], but they are amazing.”
“That’s ’cause they’re New Orleans kids, man!” Connick Jr., 49 (who starred with close pal Bullock in the 1998 movie Hope Floats), quipped before the Blind Side actress added, “They’re just good, funny souls.”
As fans know, Bullock adopted New Orleans native Louis when he was 3 months old in 2010, shortly after she split from husband Jesse James following a highly publicized cheating scandal. In December 2015, she adopted Laila at age 3 from a Louisiana foster care center.
Earlier this year, Us Weekly exclusively revealed that the Proposal star’s current boyfriend, photographer Bryan Randall, wants to expand their family.
“He has taken on the role of raising the two kids with Sandra. He’s talking about wanting more children,” a source told Us of the Portland native in February. “Bryan is so in love.”
Another insider previously told Us: “Bryan’s a child whisperer. I’ve never met a kid who didn’t love him.”
Harry premieres in national syndication Monday, September 12.
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