The 43-year-old actress posted photos on Instagram of her doing the same workout pose, but she's 25 pounds lighter in the after photo.
Drew Barrymore has opened up about her failed marriage to Will Kopelman, acknowledging that she "would do it all over again". I remember reading an article that said I had gotten my happy ending after all.
We're used to seeing our Hollywood stars looking picture ideal.
Drew Barrymore is opening up about her weight loss and showing off before and after photos. But that doesn't mean that every second wasn't worth it. "And if that DeLorean time machine (from Back to the Future) pulled up every day, I would do it all over again". "I started thinking this hashtag #TheWayItLooksToUs and it got me all hopping up with inspiration". It is not always easy, but the point is...nothing in life is. Nothing in life is. "I mean look at what Marnie helped me do in three months!" she continued, giving a shout-out to Marnie Alton of Barre Belle.
Barrymore was earlier married to bar owner Jeremy Thomas and comic Tom Green.
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She also posted a make-up free photo of herself crying on Instagram alongside another important message.
'Sure, I can be this with two hours of hair and makeup and awesome photography and lighting. I also feel attractive after a sweaty workout.But it all takes work!
"LIFE, What I propose some days are great and lovely", she writes. This takes me so much work. "Which is good because we can achieve it".
"What I can't hide is that some days are hard and not so pretty", she continued. "And she is like, 'God, you have so many kids.' I was like, 'I just have two.' She said, 'Well, and you're expecting, obviously.' And I literally looked at her and I go, 'No, I'm just fat right now.' And I walked out of the restaurant and I'm not gonna lie, I was like, 'Oh man, that's rough'". "I want to present a five-part series and I invite you in to show the way it's supposed to look and the way it really is".
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