Drew Barrymore Puts On a Brave Face After Announcing Her Divorce From Third Husband
The actress is splitting from her third husband, Will Kopelman.
Drew Barrymore put on a brave face as she promoted her new wine label just a day after news broke of her divorce from her third husband, Will Kopelman.
"Sadly our family is separating legally, although we do not feel this takes away from us being a family,” the couple told People magazine on Saturday, a day after the publication shared news of their separation.
On Saturday, the 41-year-old was all smiles at the Pebble Beach Food & Wine Festival in Carmel, California on Saturday where she poured wine and posed for photos with fans.
IE’s Victoria Recano, who was hosting the event, said: “She was actually bubbly and smiling and seemed very, very happy. I’m actually shocked she showed up and was mingling with guests and taking photos.”
Recano added that the actress canceled most of her scheduled interviews.
“I spoke to her for just a minute and was only able to speak with her about this event,” she said.
Barrymore captured audiences' hearts when she was 7 with her role breakout role in E.T.
But the daughter of screen titan John Barrymore hasn't been very lucky in love.
Her first marriage to bar owner Jeremy Thomas lasted less than two months. They divorced in 1995.
Her second marriage to comedian Tom Green ended after five months in 2002.
Her latest marriage lasted nearly four years. The couple has two daughters: Frankie, 3, and 1-year-old Olive.
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