Drew Barrymore is ready for another baby. The well-known Hollywood actress revealed that she wants a second baby already during an interview with Jay Leno. Her first child was just born a year ago, a daughter named Olive. She had Oliver with her husband Will Kopelman, whom she has been married to since June of 2012.
E Online says that the couple had an intimate ceremony in Montecito, California. It was attended by family and friends and did not attract the attention that some celebrity weddings do. Guests also danced to a 80's cover band, as they played the favorite hit songs of theirs.
Barrymore is certainly enjoying her new status of motherhood, and wants to give her daughter a baby brother or sister as soon as possible. They plan to enjoy their time with Olive as they get ready to increase the size of their family, enjoying every moment with the little one. She raved on about her smarts and said "She says a lot of words."
— Jay Leno (@jayleno) October 8, 2013
Barrymore has appeared in many films, beginning her career as a child star in E.T., Steven Spielberg's 80's classic. Since then, she has appeared in many dramas and romantic comedies. Her last film Big Miracle, was released in 2012, and she is currently work on a film called The Familymoon, which is set for a 2014 release date. She also has a photography book coming out in January called Find It Everything, which has photos of heart-shaped images that Barrymore has been taking on her own for over a decade, according to NBC News.
— Drew Barrymore (@DrewBarrymore) October 8, 2013
She says that her daughter Olive will be walking in next week, and is very excited about the news. Barrymore grew up as an only child, and perhaps because of that, she wants to grow a big family of her own. It sounds as if having a big family has always been a plan of hers, and she wants to be like the Griswold's from the National Lampoon's films. She said during the interview with Leno, "I want the kids in the back rolling their eyes at mom and dad. I want Rusty and Audrey, theme parks and the whole nine."
— Jason Binn (@JasonBinn) October 4, 2013
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