Barrymore's business feels like family
- Photo: © RD/Scott Kirkland/Retna Digital1 of 7
- Photo: James Devaney/WireImage.com2 of 7
- Photo: PacificCoastNews.com3 of 7
- Photo: Barcroft/Fame Pictures4 of 7
- Photo: Joel Ryan/Invision/AP5 of 7
- Photo: Tuukka Jantti/PacificCoastNews.com6 of 7
More Celeb News
- Ed Sullivan Statue Stolen from Academy of Television Arts And Sciences' Hall of Fame PlazaMSNEntertainment 9/29/2014 9:50:00 PM
- 'Dancing With the Stars' Goes to the Movies, But It's Lights Out for One MSNEntertainment 9/29/2014 9:24:00 PM
- DreamWorks Animation Talks Collapse, SoftBank Turns to Legendary Entertainment (Report)MSNEntertainment 9/29/2014 7:46:00 PM
- Dancing with the Stars: Who Got the Season's First Perfect Score?MSNEntertainment 9/29/2014 7:27:00 PM
- Postmortem: Everything Went Wrong on Sleepy Hollow This Week. Stars Preview What's NextMSNEntertainment 9/29/2014 7:01:00 PM
- Ed Sullivan Statue Stolen from Academy of Television Arts And Sciences' Hall of Fame Plaza
Drew Barrymore doesn't long for a child - she is adamant she's "created a family" through her close-knit production company.
The Charlie's Angels actress has been married twice and enjoyed a series of long-term relationships, but has so far failed to find the right man to settle down and have children with.
But the 35 year old is adamant there is no aching hole in her life due to not becoming a mother, and she happily utilises her maternal instincts with the staff at her movie company, Flower Films.
She tells Britain's Sunday Express, "I really have created a family. I work with the people I love, I travel with them, I make films with them, and I'm in an office with them. So in a weird way - I know I haven't birthed a child - I feel that I'm part of creating a family. It's a tribe."
And the actress insists she still feels too immature to be a parent anytime soon: "The funny thing is, I still don't feel like a woman. I still dress like a 13-year-old boy."
Like us on Facebook?
UP NEXTStork Report
From Crowd Ignite