“Bryan Randall, Sandra Bullock’s longtime partner, died” after a three-year fight with ASL.

His family shared the sad news of his sudden death in a statement that read, “With deep sadness, we report that Bryan Randall passed away peacefully on August 5, ending a brave three-year fight against ALS.

“Bryan chose to keep his fight with ALS private, and those of us who cared for him did our best to honour that decision.”

The statement went on to say, “We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the doctors and nurses who never gave up on us and helped us through the complicated stages of this illness. The nurses became an important part of our lives and often put their own families on hold to be there for us.” During this time, we would appreciate being left alone as we grieve and try to come to terms with the fact that Bryan has died.

In an Instagram post, Bullock’s sister, Gesine Bullock-Prado, paid respect to Randall and told fans about the last hours the actress spent with her late partner. This made fans very sad.

“I’m sure Bry has found the best place to fish in heaven and is already casting his lure into rushing rivers full of salmon,” Gesine wrote on Monday, August 7, along with a picture of Randall.

Gesine continued, “ALS is a cruel disease, but it helps to know that he had the best caretakers in my amazing sister and the group of nurses she put together to help her take care of him in their home.” “Rest well, Bryan,” they said.

In January 2015, Bullock met Randall when she hired him as a photographer for her son’s birthday party. A few months later, they started dating, and soon after, when they were both sure they were meant to be together, they made their first public appearance together on the Red Carpet.

Even though the Ocean 8 star is known for not talking much about her personal life, she talked about her boyfriend Randall on Red Table Talk and said that he was “the love of her life.”

She also said nice things about her mixed-race family and said that sometimes she wishes she and her children had the same skin colour. “It’s true that sometimes I wish our skin colours were the same. Because then people would find it easier to talk to us,” Bullock said. “I feel the same way as a woman with brown skin and her babies or a woman with white skin and her babies,” she said.

Randall and she raised her two adopted children together. “He’s the kind of person I want my kids to be like,” the star said.

A person told Closer about Randall, “He gives his whole heart to Sandra and the kids, and Sandra knows this.” Since I can remember, the kids have called Bryan “Daddy,” which still makes him smile.

Bullock gave more information about her private life by saying that she and Randall didn’t rush to get married because their kids came first. She said, “I don’t need a piece of paper to be a loving partner and mother.” “I don’t need to be told to always be there, even when things are bad. I don’t need to be told that a good man will help me through a storm.”

Bullock hasn’t said anything in public about the sad death of her partner.

Randall’s family has asked for donations to the Massachusetts General Hospital and the ALS Association.

We’re so sorry to hear about this. May she sleep well.

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