Oscar winning actress Sandra Bullock is not impressed that she was named “World’s Most Beautiful Woman of 2015″ by People magazine.
“No, really, I just said, “That’s ridiculous. I’ve told no one,” the 50-year-old actress said.
The humble superstar added: “I’ve never been a great beauty. I’ve never been a bombshell that was coveted. In an odd way, that made growing older a lot easier in this business. I guess I am doing it on my own terms, and this is my wish for everybody.”
Unlike most American women who still equate love with sex, Sandra Bullock knows what Love is. In her People magazine cover story she gushed about the love of her life: her son Louis Bardo Bullock, 5.
“Everything I have learned about love, I’ve learned from Louis, and that is there is no such thing as being done loving. We have a lot of it.”
Sandra described a tender moment with Louis.
“I was putting him to bed and told him that even when I’m old and grey and more wrinkly than I am now, I’ll still love him and want to tuck him in.
“And he asked why I have wrinkles, and I said, ‘Well, I hope some of them are from laughing so much.’ And he touched my face and said, ‘You’re not old, you’re just happy.'”
Sandra said teaching Louis to love those who love him back is one of her top priorities.
“This week I was listening to him tell me why he was going to marry his girlfriend. But then we were having Sunday dinner, and he said he changed his mind. I just told him, ‘Always love those who want to love you back and are nice to you.’ Then we moved back to Legos and ‘Why are you making me eat broccoli?’
“I want him to be a good man who is good to women and is really in touch with how he feels.”
Sandra said Louis doesn’t know what she does for a living, and she’s fine with that.
“Louis doesn’t know what I do… He thought I was an astronaut for a while. I want it to be so inconsequential and such a nonissue. I want him to be embarrassed by me like all other parents.”