Sandra Bullock and Bryan Randall allegedly ended their seven-year relationship after realizing that they are not on the same page.

A source told Us Weekly that Randall tried to propose to Bullock on multiple occasions during their relationship, but the actress always said no.

It reached a point where Randall accepted that he and Bullock will never be able to tie the knot. But this isn’t what he wants so he decided to end their relationship.

“It’s widely known Bryan wanted to make things official with Sandra, but she didn’t see a need to go down that path. It became quite an issue as time went on,” the source said.

The source said that Randall and Bullock have so many memories with each other that would last them a lifetime. So, even if they are no longer dating, they are still good friends.

“There’s still a great deal of respect on both sides. Sandra will always care for Bryan and wish him nothing but the best and vice versa,” the source said.

According to the insider, Bullock tried to explain to Randall time and again that she doesn’t need a certificate to show how much she loves him. But the document really mattered to Randall.

The Bird Box actress did not also want to deal with legal matters of having to force Randall to adopt her stepchildren just because they are already married. But Randall assured the actress that this isn’t a burden and this is exactly what he wants to do.

“But the threat of losing Louis and Layla to Bryan half the time if they got divorced would be traumatizing. Sandra just won’t take that chance,” the source said.

However, a source close to the couple denied the claims. They said that Bullock and Randall are still together.

This proves that the tabloid just made up a story about the couple simply because they’ve been dating for seven years but have not yet tied the knot.

However, it seems the lack of marriage isn’t an issue for Bullock and Randall. If it is, they would’ve already done something about it.

It’s obvious that the couple is just being targeted by the tabloid because stories about breakups get better views compared to stories about couples staying together – or so they think.