Drew Barrymore claims she doesn't really care about having ''a hot body.''

The 40-year-old actress, who has daughters Olive, three, and Frankie, 18 months, with husband Will Kopelman, thinks she looks ''a little worse in a bathing suit'' since becoming a mother, but says regaining her pre-pregnancy body isn't a priority.

The 'Miss You Already' star said: ''Having a hot body is just not my thing. I care a little, I don't care a lot.

''I never looked good in a bathing suit, so now I look worse in a bathing suit. I have cellulite. But I would much rather have my kids and look a little worse in a bathing suit!''

While Drew ''tried to go gluten-free'' to lose weight, dieting makes her ''unhappy.''

She told PEOPLE magazine: ''It just isn't at the forefront of my mind. I took my pants off last night and looked at the back of my legs and was like, 'Oh **k, seriously? This is ... God!' ''

The 'Blended' actress still enjoys kickboxing, yoga or using an elliptical a few times a week, as she thinks it's good for her mind, and credits art consultant Will for helping her to embrace her new shape.

She said: ''[He] is the most complimentary person ever. I think that's really important for women to have someone who really makes you feel good about yourself because that would be a giant disadvantage to your process of making babies or just being a woman in general to have someone make you feel like you had to be a certain way to turn them on or to be beautiful in their eyes. Be it complimentary or uncomplimentary, it really swings the pendulum vastly in each direction.''