Drew Barrymore finds it 'impossible' to diet

DREW Barrymore says her husband makes it "impossible" for her to diet.  

The 39-year-old actress, who gave birth to her second daughter, Frankie, in April, claims she hasn't regained her pre-pregnancy figure yet because art consultant Will Kopelman "is such a foodie."  

The 'Blended' star said: "[He makes it] impossible to lose my baby weight because he's such an eater, and I love food, too, so this baby weight is going to stay on for a while. It's just not easy with him because he is such a foodie."  

The couple, who got married in 2012 and also have daughter Olive, two, enjoy indulging at restaurants on a regular basis.   Drew told E! News: "Date night is always about trying a new restaurant or eating food on the couch [and] watching 'Top Chef' - which we did last night."  

The actress, who has just launched three new fragrances for her cosmetics company, Flower Beauty, finds it difficult to make time to pamper herself and shared a photograph of herself painting her nails on the subway in New York City on Tuesday (04.11.14).  

She said: "I love commuter beauty. I am always on the elevator, in my rearview mirror, on the subway doing my nails and my make up--you name it...There's just something about beauty on the move. Commuter beauty is a movement!"

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