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Sandra Bullock seen for the first time since the death of her longtime boyfriend, Bryan Randall

Sandra Bullock has been photographed for the first time since the death of her longtime partner Bryan Randall in August.

The “Blind Side” actress was spotted walking alongside her daughter, Laila, and her bodyguard, Peter Weireter, in Los Angeles on Thursday.

The mother-daughter duo seemed in a calm mood and held hands throughout the outing.

At one point, Bullock stopped to chat with Laila before leaning over and giving her a kiss on the cheek.

The “Speed” star kept her look chic and casual with a white crew-neck tee, black pants, black belt, tan coat and white sneakers.

She wore minimal makeup and accessorized her look with a black clutch, black glasses, gold earrings and a gold necklace.

The “Miss Congeniality” star was photographed holding hands with her daughter, Laila.
The mother and daughter were joined by a bodyguard on Thursday.
Bullock and her daughter each wore casual looks for the outing.
The “Proposal” star wore a white T-shirt, black pants and a beige coat.

Meanwhile, Laila, 11, matched her mum’s casual look in a two-piece blue velor tracksuit with light blue and white trainers.

Bullock, 59, has not been seen publicly since her longtime partner, Bryan Randall, died following a secret three-year battle with ALS in August. He was 57 years old.

“Bryan chose early on to keep his journey with ALS private and those of us who cared for him did our best to honor his request,” his family shared in a statement to Page Six on August 7 .

At one point, Bullock stopped to talk to her daughter.
She still held her daughter’s hand tightly.
The “Blind Side” actress finally gave Laila a kiss on the cheek.
It’s unclear where exactly they went during the release.

“We are immensely grateful to the tireless doctors who have traveled the landscape of this disease with us and to the amazing nurses who have become our roommates, often sacrificing their own families to be with ours,” they continued.

Bullock has yet to address the tragic death, but a source told People three weeks after his death that she was “grateful” for his support.

“It was very important to her that when she and her family made the initial declaration of Bryan’s passing, those who had been on this journey with her and Bryan, from the beginning, were recognized – along with the Healey Center at Mass General in the lead, “said an insider.

Bullock hasn’t been photographed since the death of her longtime boyfriend, Bryan Randall, in August.
Randall died after a secret three-year battle with ALS.
His family announced his death on August 7.
Bullock has not spoken about his partner’s death.

They added that Bullock has “seen the incredible outpouring of support for ALS research since Bryan’s passing,” referring to donations for ALS that increased by 500 percent after his death.

“She is very grateful to everyone who donated and is happy that out of something so heartbreaking came something so positive for others,” the source explained.

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The ‘Miss Congeniality’ actress’ sister, Gesine Bullock-Prado, gushed about what an “amazing” caretaker her sister was who “gathered” a team to care for him over the years.

Sources exclusively told Page Six at the time that Bullock even put his Hollywood career on pause to help out.

The Oscar winner met Randall in 2015.
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Randall helped raise Laila, as well as Bullock’s son, Louis.

Bullock, who adopted Laila and her son Louis, met Randall in January 2015 when he photographed her son’s birthday party.

They made their red carpet debut two months later and have been photographed numerous times since.

Randall helped Bullock raise her two children in addition to co-parenting her adult daughter, Skylar, from a previous relationship.


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