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Drew Barrymore opens up about her newborn daughter Frankie

21 MAY 2014

Drew Barrymore has spoken in depth about her latest role as a proud mum-of-two.

The actress, who welcomed her second daughter Frankie on 22 April, spoke to People magazine about life since her baby girl's arrival, and the challenges she faces now she has two little ones to take care of.

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Drew Barrymore and husband Will Koppelman welcomed their second child on 22 April


"They're awake and asleep at different times, or awake at the same time, and it's a jugging act a little bit," Drew 39, said of Olive, 20 months, and newborn Frankie.

The star also admitted that her own tumultuous childhood has had a big impact on her approach to motherhood, and revealed she wanted Olive "to have a sibling, because I really would have liked that in my life".

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Drew and Will already have daughter 20-month-old Olive


She added about carrying out her parenting duties: "And always being on time, being there when I say I'm going to be there. Creating a real stable home.

"I know when my daughter wants to swing higher and jump into the pool, and all of these things, she feels safe. To make your kids feel safe is everything."

Olive, she said, loves being a big sister and even tries her hand at taking care of her sibling.

"Olive loves Frankie and just wants to hang out with her all the time. She wants to feed her. She's super into it. That's now. I'm sure things will ebb and flow."

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Drew Barrymore is currently promoting her latest film blended which she stars in with Adam Sandler


Drew is currently promoting Blended, her new comedy with Adam Sandler. The pair have teamed up together on a number of films now, and Adam played a big part in Drew's decision to return to acting after becoming a mother.

"I didn't think I could go back to work honestly," she admitted. "I didn't want to be away from my kids and it just wasn't the priority.

"With Adam, he makes everything really safe because he really creates an environment where kids can come and be a part of it. It was a really big lesson for me."

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