She may be an A-list celebrity, but Drew Barrymore has her own set of insecurities, just like the rest of us. About the size of her arms, for example.
"I would love to have long, thin arms, I really would - but I don't," the actress, who just gave birth to her second child on April 22, admits.
She adds, "I can run a company, so maybe I am just going to have fatter arms and run a company wearing sleeves? Not that running a company is the key to happiness, but while I may not be tall and thin, I am capable."
The 39-year-old, who is co-creator of the production company, Flower Films, as well as founder of beauty brand, Flower, has taken time off from acting in recent years to focus on her various ventures as well as start a family.
She married art consultant, Will Kopelman, in 2012 and the couple have two daughters together. The beauty sometimes wonders why Will picked her over a "tall Upper East Side lady."
"Will [being with me], it does surprise me and it doesn't surprise me," shares the Charlie's Angels star. "However, knowing his personality and what he finds humorous and attractive and appealing, I'm like, 'Okay, got it!'"
In regards to her daughters, Drew has a strong understanding of the type of mother she hopes to be. "I would really like to raise kids to do summer jobs and intern, and understand that if you are supposed to be somewhere at 3 o'clock, you need to be there at 3 o'clock," she says.
Next up for the busy star: A new movie — her first since 2012 — with frequent co-star Adam Sandler. "Some comedians are really dark in person, and that's heartbreaking," Drew tells Redbook magazine. "[But] Adam is a genuinely nice, positive person...We both really care about goodness."
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