Drew Barrymore doesn't take her success for granted because her early struggles thought her to appreciate everything in her life.
Drew Barrymore doesn't take her success for granted.
The 38-year-old actress, who has a 15-month-old daughter Olive and is expecting another baby girl with husband Will Kopelman, checked into rehab for the first time when she was 13 after skyrocketing to fame as a child, and her early struggles thought her to appreciate everything in her life.
Asked how she has remained so down-to-earth in Hollywood, the 'Find It In Everything' author told E! News: ''Having it happen so young when I was seven years old and then everything got taken away in my early teens because I went a little off the rails. I just don't take anything for granted. As long as they (opportunities) are there, I will work for them, I will not expect them and I will always appreciate them.''
Drew also opened up about motherhood and her desire to have more children in the future.
She said: ''You know it's hard when you're pregnant to think about the next pregnancy but you also just think are you going to be lucky enough to do it again, so I would love to maybe have more kids. I'm 39 and it's like, this is the time, nothing else is more important. Actually, I turn 39 next month but I'm practising because if I don't then I'll forget and I'll say I'm 38 when I'm not.''
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