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Drew Barrymore shares snaps of pregnancy cravings

22 APRIL 2014 Drew Barrymore’s pregnancy cravings clearly aren’t the usual, if there is anything such as “normal” desires for food when expecting a child.

The actress shared her experience of devouring Asian food over the Easter weekend, letting fans into her life of chowing down on Chinese food. The star is pregnant with her second child and already has 16-month-old daughter Olive with husband Will Kopelman.

It’s not the fact that she was eating dim sum that was funny for her followers, more that she ate the stuff in the morning and then for desert.





“Dim Sum Brunch #iheartchinesefood !!!!!” she captioned a shot of herself handling chopsticks.

With a make-up free face and her blonde hair in a casual side ponytail, the thespian was glowing in her expectant state. Then Drew showed what was for afters by posting a close-up shot of her face and holding up noodles with an excited facial expression.



“Desert ! #iheartchinesefood,” she wrote revealing a huge plate of vegetables.

She also snacked on custard tarts but Drew’s habits could be far less healthy. The 39-year-old recently held a baby shower with famous faces Cameron Diaz, Reese Witherspoon and Gwyneth Paltrow in a garden with around 50 guests, according to E! News. Drew's close pals and her spouse’s family were also at the bash.

In November she revealed she was expecting and shared it was another little girl in December while attending the 2013 Beauty Inc. Awards. Drew told People that she has been more relaxed during her second pregnancy because she knows what to expect.

"It is easier because when you're first pregnant you're just terrified of every single things that's happening, so this time you're busy, you're focusing on the kid, the time goes a little bit faster… not a lot faster, but it helps," she said, while promoting her new book Find It In Everything in January.

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