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Wednesday 7 October 2015

Drew Barrymore: I veto husband's outfits

Published 16/01/2013

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore has joked that she has an agreement with her husband Will Kopelman about “fashion veto power”.

The actress confessed that when it comes to choosing her outfits she sometimes needs a second opinion.

The kooky star has made a pact with her husband that gives him the right to ban her from wearing certain ensembles, while she is also allowed a say in his outfits.

“[My husband Will Kopelman] and I have fashion veto power. He came down in a T-shirt one day, and I was like, ‘That is awful. I hate that T-shirt!’ [Laughs] I don’t even know what it was! Apparently it was this skateboarding company. It was anything but cool,” Drew laughed to Into The Gloss. “What did he veto of mine the other day? My rad '80s-style nameplate necklace—it said ‘Olive,’ our daughter's name. He was like, ‘No, please!’”

Drew married art consultant Will in June last year and gave birth to their daughter Olive in September. The star explained how her husband’s sense of style differs from her own and confessed she has no idea what attracted them to each other.

“He’s much more conservative than I am, and yet he is the guy who has some tattoos and is definitely more drawn to a woman who’s a bit edgier. Sometimes I don’t know how he ended up with me,” Drew confessed. “Like, how are you not with some nice, thin, tall Upper East Side girl? Like, this doesn’t make any sense. Why are you with the girl in the scrunchie doing like, a ho-down dance in your bedroom making you laugh? But I’m so glad that that’s what he likes; he celebrates who I am."

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