After the painful unravelling of her marriage to serial cheater Jesse James, the last person you'd expect Sandra Bullock to want around the house is a budding ladies' man.
But she told Jay Leno on The Tonight Show yesterday that she's got just that, happily though, it's in the tiny, adorable form of her 23-month-old son, Louis.
The 47-year-old Academy Award winner, who was resplendent in royal blue at the Burbank studios in California, told Leno that Louis is 'probably the best baby in the world, but I think every parent says that.'
'He doesn't flirt with me like that, and someone told me that's probably a good thing,' she joked.
'He's got a look where he just cuts the eyes at the ladies, and I'm like, 'I'm so sorry! I don't know what's happening.''
Bullock also revealed that she's been looking to her late mother, German opera singer, Helga Meyer, for a parenting model.
'He doesn't get it yet but I think next year he'll get it and demand things.'
As for Bullock, she told Leno that she must break the law to get what she wants for Christmas.
So literally we send out, you know, SOS to about five people that they should send us meats.'
Intrigued, Leno asked: 'So it has to be German sausages?'