America's Sweetheart Sandra Bullock has found her Prince Charming and is planning her fairy tale wedding, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Love-struck Bullock wants to get married to dashing photographer Bryan Randall in a small, elegant affair at a German castle next spring, according to sources.
"Sandy speaks German and has dual citizenship," a source told Radar. "She thinks a castle there is the ideal place for a quiet, under-the-radar ceremony."
Bullock, 52, is deeply connected to Germany because it's where her mother, opera singer Helga Meyer, was born and she speaks fluent German.
"In some ways, Germany is as much a home for Sandy as the United States. She's taken Bryan and her two kids to show them where she once played as a little girl," a friend told Radar.
Sources told Radar that the Oscar winner wants to marry Randall at a small castle often used for weddings just outside of Nuremberg.
Her children, Louis, 6, and daughter Laila, 4, will be part of the ceremony.
"It's a very pretty spot that was once home to a wealthy family, and is now rented out for weddings. It's going to happen in the spring," insisted the source, although Bullock's rep denies it.
The source also told Radar that Bullock wants a traditional German party and an all-day affair.
"There won't be a lot of famous guests, but Sandy is going to invite some friends like George and Amal Clooney and Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux," the insider claimed.
While Bullock is ready to tie the knot, Randall's dark past seems eerily similar to that of her bad boy ex, Jesse James.
Randall was busted on a DUI charge in 1988 and served four days in jail. He trashed a hotel room during a drunken four-day bender in 1990 and landed in the hospital with severe dehydration.
He also once posted a disturbing message about his own daughter on Facebook, writing: "I'm pretty sure (daughter Skylar) was conceived while I was loaded on LSD."
But Bullock is determined to make it work.
"Bryan has a grown daughter of his own, and he understands that parenting comes first for Sandy," the source told Radar. "It took a lot for Sandy to trust a guy again, but they're fully committed."
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