Despite more than three decades in show business, Drew Barrymore doesn’t bother trying to meet Hollywood’s absurd standards of perfection.
“I really don’t care about that,” Drew tells In Touch.
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In the new issue, the mother-of-two reveals what's really important to her.
“I just need to be a mom and get through every day, like most women.”
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Drew explains how the pressure to look a certain way in image-obsessed Hollywood doesn’t affect her, especially after becoming a mother.
“Have you seen me photographed on the street?” Drew quips, “I think that answers your question.”
Drew with her daughters, Olive and Frankie Koppelman. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Drew has always been that carefree, confident woman, telling In Touch: “I was pretty damn confident in my 20s. I wore slips on the red carpet. Now I’m in muumuus! I was brave because I wasn’t really thinking about anything, just being. Now I’m much more conservative, especially being a mom.”
“I love the very exposed, humorous, imperfect, never-trying-to-pretend to-be-perfect journey that I have been on in my life.”
For the full interview with Drew, including her biggest challenge as a mom and if she is planning on more children, pick up the latest issue of In Touch, on newsstands now!