Her father, John Drew Barrymore (son of legendary actor John Barrymore), died in 2004."Now she feels like she needs to live her own life," the source added.. He was someone who was always reachable on the phone, someone who was a classy human being, someone who had this incredible blueprint of a family that I don't have."Drew also said, "We've made many compromises and concessions, but when it comes to how we deliver likes and dislikes, we're polar opposites.
It's still really hard.''"Will and Drew are not on bad terms," the source continued.
Drew admitted on Netflix's Chelsea on May 11: 'You get divorced and you're like, "I'm the biggest failure.
It's best to always expect the unexpected with Drew Barrymore, and that has gone for her career and her love life.
Her sister, Frankie, arrived in April 2014."They were good friends who blossomed into something more," another source told us Friday.
: They love each other, but in a different way, and will continue to be supportive parents.
Now, at 41, she's a mother of two, a businesswoman, an author and a producer as well as an actress—though considering she had been doing What it has always seemed like, where Drew is regarded, is that nothing can hold her down for long and she won't be held back by anything.
And it seems as though that is the case when it comes to her relationships, too.
She may just be too much of a free spirit to be attached for too long. News confirmed today that she and husband Will Kopelman, the father of her two girls, had split up after close to four years of marriage.
A source told us that they had been living primarily apart for several months.