Sandra Bullock has introduced her eight-year-old daughter to the world in a heartwarming video appearance to thank vital healthcare workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The notoriously private star appeared on Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith’s online talk show in order to thank a nurse from her local hospital, and brought daughter Laila on screen in her first public appearance to thank the healthcare worker.
The Oscar-winner welled up with tears while thanking the brave woman, before shocking everyone by bringing Laila on to say something.
“I have someone here that wants to say something to April,” the actress said, as Laila sat in her mu’ms lap and shyly said her piece.
“Thank you April for doing everything for everyone,” she said.
April was present via video chat, and visibly melted at the adorable message along with Jada and her mum Adrianne who both host the show.
Laila is Sandra’s second child with partner Bryan Randall.
Laila and brother Louis, 10, were adopted from Louisiana, and are rarely seen in public, and never in an official appearance.
Sandra’s family active supporters
Sandra has been a vocal supporter of healthcare workers during the crisis which has already claimed over 75,000 lives in the country.
The family donated 6000 masks to a hospital in Los Angeles, apparently after being prompted by their generous children.
“Kids wanted to give masks. 6000 of them went to the warriors on the front lines in downtown LA,” dad Bryan captioned a private Instagram post of the generous donation.
The packages had sweet ‘thank you’ messages pinned to the front, a gesture from the kids.
“Thank you Olivia at #adventistwhitememorial. Thank you Ricardo at #childrenshospitallosangeles,” the post continued.
“Louis and Laila’s note could not have said it better.”
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