Drew Barrymore feels ''lucky'' with her husband Will Kopelman and says she has never been happier than she is being a wife and mother.
Drew Barrymore feels ''lucky'' with her choice of husband.
The 37-year-old actress tied the knot with art consultant Will Kopelman - the father of her four month old daughter Olive - eight months ago and Drew says she has never been happier.
Speaking on 'The View', she said: ''You know me, I would never have messed this up. This is the most important thing I'll ever do with my life. I chose well, I'm so lucky he loves me back. It's fantastic.
Drew added that her husband is a ''nice Jewish man from a nice Jewish family'' and the couple plan to raise their daughter in the Jewish faith, a religion which the star says has brought peace to her lfie.
She explained: ''I haven't converted yet, [but] Olive will be raised traditionally,
''I'm there, I love it! It's a beautiful faith and I love to be around it. It's so family-oriented ... The stories are so beautiful and it's incredibly enlightening. I'm really happy.
''I was such a hippie growing up, but I'm like the least loosey-goosey parent. I'm like bedtime, structure, feeding time because this baby is so happy knowing when everything is happy.
''And I as a parent succeed and thrive knowing when everything is happening [under] that type of structure.''