"She's a beautiful, amazing, compassionate human being who was thrown overnight into the middle of the media monster and has done an amazing job at staying true to herself and her family and friends," the source told People Magazine.
In her first in-depth TV interview about her relationship with the movie hunk, Larson tells U. news show Access Hollywood, "It was a little nerve-wracking because everybody loves George, and so, to be in the public eye like that, it was a little bit stressful. (It's) not necessarily that there's hard feelings but we just haven't..."I think it's typical of women when they love someone that they move themselves into that person's life and go with that."But when I moved from Britain to Germany at the beginning of the 1990s, all my friends were involved with techno, and suddenly I was being introduced to younger types of music and a different way of doing things."I have the sort of round face that you complain about when you're younger, but which serves you well as you get older," says Sarah with a giggle, as she settles down beside me and plays mother with the teapot. And not only is she basking in the satisfaction of having sold more than 26 million albums and two million DVDs in 34 countries - as a pioneer of pop opera - but she also has a sexy new boyfriend, 41-year-old Bulgarian-born, German-raised Louis Oberleander.Next Saturday Andrew Lloyd Webber will celebrate his 60th birthday with a lavish party, but his ex-wife is unlikely to be having an operatic hissy-fit at not being there.