Drew Barrymore To Have Baby Girl

Congratulations: Drew Barrymore Expecting Second Baby Girl With Hubby Will Kopelman

- By Bossip Staff

Big news for Drew Barrymore.

Drew Barrymore To Have Baby Girl

Drew’s family just got a little bit bigger.

According to US Weekly:

It will be a second baby girl for Drew Barrymore! The 38-year-old pregnant actress quietly revealed the happy news while being honored at the 2013 Beauty Inc Awards in NYC on Wednesday, Dec. 11. (A rep for the actress also confirmed the baby’s gender to Us.)

Barrymore, already mom to baby Olive, 14 months, was honored with the “Newcomer of the Year: Mass” award for her Walmart beauty brand FLOWER. The honor was presented by Beauty Inc., a Women’s Wear Daily special-issue magazine. “Thank you to WWD Beauty Inc for awarding FLOWER Beauty,” Barrymore said to the crowd during her acceptance speech. “I am so proud to accept this in celebration of women, including my daughter and my future daughter.”

Barrymore’s FLOWER cosmetics launched in January 2013. “I have grown up in a make-up chair. I loved watching women in this aspirational environment,” the star continued. “It was and always will be important to me to send messages of empowerment. And on a business level, I wanted to give women the finest formulas. They deserve to have that level of quality, and I wanted to be the brand that delivers that to them.”

During the event, Barrymore showed off her growing baby bump in a Helmut Lang blazer and pants, a Ted Baker top, and Alice and Olivia shoes with a simple clutch.

Barrymore was joined by her husband Will Kopelman, 36, her sister-in-law Jill Kopelman and her in-laws Coco and Arie Kopelman. Her father-in-law, the former chairman of Chanel, also referred to Barrymore’s second baby girl as “Chanel No. 5” because she will be the fifth grandchild in the family.

Us Weekly exclusively confirmed in early November that Barrymore and her husband were expecting a second baby together.

Congrats again.



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