Sandra Bullock made a surprise to a working medical caretaker and mother on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic in Los Angeles with the assistance of Jada Pinkett Smith.
The “Bird Box” actress showed up as an unexpected visitor on Friday’s scene of “Red Table Talk,” in which Pinkett Smith, her girl Willow and mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones devoted the Mother’s Day-themed show to the endless mothers presently fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Happy Mother’s Day,” Pinkett Smith starts the episode. “We are going to introduce to you four extraordinary moms who are real-life superheroes who have proven to be fearless and courageous in the face of the pandemic. They have no idea what the table has in store for them. Let the surprises begin.”
They featured four working mothers and gave them praise as well as gifts also. Their first visitor was April Buencamino, a mother of two and a medical attendant chief who at present is accountable for her emergency clinic’s coronavirus unit. She just so happens to work at a similar emergency clinic that Bullock and her sweetheart, Bryan Randall, previously gave 6,000 N95 masks.
After a concise meeting where they featured the significant and troublesome work that Buencamino is doing, they astounded her with a video call from Bullock, who got enthusiastic expressing gratitude toward her for her administration.
“I’m going to try and say this without crying,” Bullock begins. “Thank you for everything you’re doing, because we get to sit here and be home with our families because you’re out there doing the hard, hard, hard work.”
She said “love, appreciation, and gratitude that we as a family have because we are safe and I thank you so much. And you as a mom, I know you’re scared, I know you’re scared on so many levels and the fact that you were born with that extra gift to be able to go out and do the good work, I bow down to you.”
When their visit was finished, Pinkett Smith declared that she was giving a blessing to Buencamino and her hospital.
“April, on behalf of the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation, we are going to donate $50,000 to your hospital,” she said. “We are so impressed with the work that you guys are doing there and the community that you are servicing.”
She also announced that she’s giving a more personal gift to April, who missed her family vacation because of the coronavirus pandemic.
“When the timing works for you, we would like to also, as a family, send you and your family on the vacation of your choice,” she stated. “We wanted to do something for you personally just for your service.”