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Thursday 28 May 2015

Drew Barrymore 'can't wait' for kids

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore wonders whether her future children will share her interests.

The actress is currently expecting her first child with husband Will Kopelman.

Drew is eager to witness her progeny grow into their unique selves.

"I can't wait until I have my children," Drew told Haute Living magazine.

"I love the idea that they don't have to do something that they have no interest in, that they can do something completely opposite if they want to. I will be so surprised if they don't want to do something involving food or wine or art, but I'll be OK with it. I just want to build fun, great things for my family."

Drew also desires to expand professionally.

The actress just purchased a West Hollywood gay club and also owns a vineyard.

"I want to do it all," she gushed.

"I love film, but I also love wine, food and traveling. I would love to be a travel writer. I'd be so stoked. I love wine… I think it's nice to do what you really love in life, occupationally and recreationally. [I'm] still searching. Right now, I'm getting to do the things I love and I'm so, so happy about it."

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