Drew Barrymore embraces ‘normal childhood’ in joyous rain video

Drew Barrymore reminds fans that rain is lovely.

The Drew Barrymore Show host uploaded a clip of herself outside, smiling and taking in the rain in a video she released on Sunday.

The 47-year-old actress exclaimed happily, “As long as you can walk in the rain… don’t miss out!”

And the internet just can’t get enough of it. On Instagram, his post has approached 500,000 likes, while on TikTok it has surpassed 2 million.

Although reviews were generally favorable, others criticized the actress for showing off her wealth and position.

Sounds great not having to worry about money, tweeted @vanthefirst on Twitter.

Others, however, backed Barrymore by reminding fans of the struggles the young actress faced.

Nlá jm wrote: “People who are hard on this obviously forget everything Drew Barrymore went through as a child star.” “I smile every time I think about how much fun he has in his life.”

Another supporter recalled his own childhood memories of playing outside in the rain. “I had the impression that I was seeing little Drew, who never got a chance to experience a typical childhood, playing in the rain in her adult body when I first saw this today. I am very happy for her.”

When she was just 7 years old, Barrymore became known for her role in “ET the Extra-Terrestrial.” Later, she struggled with alcohol and drug addiction, entering treatment at age 12 and relapsed at 13.

On the childhood and family of Drew Barrymore

Barrymore has spoken about her violent alcoholic father, actor John Drew Barrymore, and her mother’s difficulties with parenting. when he was nine years old, his parents separated.

Barrymore revealed to The Guardian in a 2015 interview that despite being surrounded by so much negativity at the age of 14, she dreamed of living a happy life in her 40s.

“I was afraid to go to a place I didn’t know. Barrymore commented: “Honestly, I thought I was going to die at 25. But even when things went wrong, I always felt there should be goodness. “I never fully descended into darkness. I could have done so many things that would have pushed me over the edge, but I knew better than to.

Barrymore enjoyed a lucrative film career, appearing in such titles as “Scream,” “50 First Dates,” and “Charlie’s Angels,” to name a few. In 2020, he debuted his chat show. She and her ex-husband Will Kopelman have two daughters together: Olive, 9, and Frankie, 8.

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