Drew Barrymore Gets Real About Body After Babies ‘I just don’t have a bikini body’

Drew Barrymore, who turned 40 last February, welcomed her first child Olive in 2012 and her second daughter, Frankie in 2014. Drew has always been one of my favourites in Hollywood so it doesn’t surprise me that she’s opening up to InStyle and telling it like it is, especially about having babies in her late 30’s and not worrying about her body too much.  Drew has always struck me as the type of person who is healthy and takes care of herself, but her kids always come first and she isn’t the type to obsess about getting to the gym every day. When Drew was asked about body image by the magazine she gives one of the most honest answers I’ve ever seen from a celebrity saying;

“I am who I am and I just don’t have a bikini body. I don’t even have a one-piece body anymore, but I am loving the long rash guard, board shorts look. I’ve beaten myself up about not being a certain thing. If someone says, ‘Let’s go to the beach today,’ my first thought is, ‘F*ck, what am I going to wear?’ I remember when Amy Schumer was on Ellen, she called her midsection a ‘lava lamp.’ I thought, ‘That was perfect! That’s what I’ve been trying to say.’ But then I saw her in Trainwreck, and she looked so good in a tiny bra and short skirt. I was like, ‘No you don’t have a lava lamp.'”

 

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Kelli

Kelli is a Lead Writer at Hot Moms Club. She’s a Canadian living in the US with a longstanding love affair with entertainment news and celebrity gossip. She has written about it for some of the most popular websites in both Canada and the US including Entertainment Tonight Canada, I’m Not Obsessed and Babble. When she’s not chauffeuring her 4 kids back and forth to the rink for various hockey and figure skating activities, she can be found glued to Netflix or reading a great book.

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