Drew Barrymore's babies keep on coming! The actress is pregnant with her second child.
The "Big Miracle" star's big news comes just 13 months after the birth of her first child, Olive, with husband Will Kopelman, her rep confirmed to E! News' Marc Malkin, People and Us Weekly.
So the moniker Drew Babymore is totally applicable here, right?!
Though Barrymore's camp didn't confirm the news until Monday, the "E.T." alum was spotted Saturday at the LACMA Art+Film Gala that honored director Martin Scorsese and artist David Hockney, sporting a billowing, baby bump-concealing gown, Us Weekly reported. The magazine was among the first to report the pregnancy rumors.
No word on how far along she is, but the actress was spotted again Sunday showing a tiny curve of a baby bump, E! said.
She gave birth to her daughter on Sept. 26, 2012, and has made it common knowledge that she was eager to burgeon her brood.
Appearing on "The Tonight Show" in September, Barrymore told Jay Leno that she was wanted a second child "very much" and was ready to get pregnant "right away" if she could.
"I grew up as an only child, and although that really works for some people and for some parents that's the way they want to do it … I want to be the Griswolds," she said, referring to actor Chevy Chase's family from the "National Lampoon's Vacation" films. "I want the kids in the back rolling their eyes at Mom and Dad. I want Rusty and Audrey, theme parks and the whole nine."
The Flower Cosmetics founder echoed the sentiment in the September 2013 issue of InStyle, for which she served as cover girl.
"Some people love it and thrive on the independence, but I want my kids to have other kids around. Maybe two kids so they can run around life together, roll their eyes at their parents together like Rusty and Audrey Griswold from "[National Lampoon's] Vacation." So however that's going to come about, it's gonna happen!"
Barrymore, who's been busy focusing on mommy duties, has been lending her voice to the animated series "Family Guy" and hasn't appeared on the big screen since the 2012's whale story, "Big Miracle." But don't fret, the pregnancy announcement comes while her upcoming comedy, "The Familymoon," which reunites the actress with her "50 First Dates" costar Adam Sandler," is already in post-production, according to IMDb.
In January, she said she planned to raise her daughter in her husband's Jewish faith and planned to convert as well.
"I haven't converted yet," she said at the time. "Olive will be raised traditionally. And we had a very traditional wedding ceremony with Rabbi Rubenstein, and I did the ketubah. We wore the yarmulkes, and we were under the chuppah. I'm there. I love it."
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