Drew Barrymore opened up about her love woes.
Drew Barrymore has been since she was a toddler, so it was not until recently that she began to appreciate life outside of work.
The A-lister told InStyle for their upcoming February issue, in a candid interview how her perspective has changed since he was a child-actress in Hollywood.
“From a young age I was passionate and thought everything lived and died in a professional atmosphere, because, then, it was really all I had. I had no family. I work for as long as I can remember,” said the mother of two girls, Olive, 5, and Frankie, 3.
The 43-year-old also opened up about her versatile personality.
“God or the devil, face ripper, or ‘shirt off my back,’ I definitely have a sound. And I’ve always been. I am in full revolt against the authority. Scrappy. I’m very f–king scrappy.”
While the actress has long-term success in her film career, she has struggled with love. Barrymore married three times. Her marriage to Will Kopelman, with whom she has two daughters, ended in divorce. Her bumpy romantic road led her to say that “the jury is out.”
But Barrymore is in no hurry for romance, her children and her active life are satisfactory enough.
“My daughters are so that I feel like my head is just avalanching. If the love on a physical analogy form, I would be a stuffed turkey or a pinata. So I’m not really hungry at this time,” said Barrymore. “I don’t think I ever knew I could be this content, this completely, without being in a romantic relationship. That would be a surprise for my younger self.”
While Barrymore’s family has become a central, she continues to dominate with its range of business from her production company, Flower Films, her beauty brand, Flower Beauty, and a soon-to-launch women’s clothing line, Dear Drew.
“I am very conscious about the way people feel. When I make movies, I just didn’t want to tell depressing story I wanted to tell you about a kind of self-improvement. I thought, ” There is already enough shit in life,” Barrymore. “I want to optimism and joy.” At the same time, I do not like magic-wall happy endings—and now I don’t like the magic wand of make-up or magic-wall clothes.”