Drew Barrymore is ready to go on a holiday adventure.
The actress and producer talked to Travel + Leisure about what she has planned for the season. She said she wants to take her two daughters on a relaxing beach vacation.
Barrymore, who is 47, has two kids with her ex-husband, Will Kopelman. Olive is 10 and Frankie is 8.
The actress from 50 First Dates told the magazine that she doesn’t like to give her kids gifts.
She said, “I’m one of those mothers who sounds like a mean Scrooge because I don’t buy my kids gifts.” “I always take them somewhere because I want them to learn something about life. Building my memory is so important to me. So, I’ve never put gifts under the tree.”
Barrymore said that she is one of those people who plans trips that last more than one day and include must-eat foods and fun things to do. However, she is looking forward to some rest and relaxation this year.
She recently told Travel + Leisure about her vacation plans, “We’re going to go chase the sun.” “We work in a studio with no windows for nine months of the year, so I was just wondering what something with a horizon would be like. We’re going to go to a beach and snorkel like porpoises and dolphins. I usually try to do something cultural, but the girls and I are so tired from working hard and doing schoolwork that I think we need to go faceplant.”
Since 2020, the star of “Never Been Kissed,” Drew Barrymore, has had her own daytime talk show called “The Drew Barrymore Show.”
Barrymore also talked about how she tries to live in a way that is good for the environment in every part of her life.
Travel + Leisure says that she is the first Global Brand and Sustainability Advocate for Grove Collaborative, a company that makes eco-friendly products for the home and for people.
“I think that more and more, we’re just trying to figure out how to have one choice that’s a splurge and how to cut back on everything else. Or, how can everyone get on that commercial flight and then stay at an eco-friendly hotel? “Barrymore said. “And then how you pack, how much stuff you bring, and what you bring. For me, every little step is very important.”