Drew Barrymore Welcomes Second Daughter — What’s Her Name? (VIDEO)
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Drew Barrymore Welcomes Second Daughter — What’s Her Name? (VIDEO)

It’s a family of four for Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman! The couple, 39 and 36 respectively, finally welcomed their second child on Tuesday, April 22, and have named their darling daughter Frankie.

“Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman,” the couple told People in a statement. “Olive has a new little sister, and everyone is healthy and happy!”

How adorable! We’re sure the couple’s eldest daughter, 18-month-old Olive, is beyond excited to have a little sister to play with. After all, according to her mother, she loves babies.

“[Olive] points to my stomach and says ‘baby’ and she’s actually feeding her little baby doll with the bottle so that’ll be good practice,” Drew recently said. “Maybe she’ll be able to feed her sister. She just really loves babies and kids.”

It sure feels like we’ve been waiting a while for Drew to give birth to her second child. Given her past red carpet events, the Blended actress was looking like she was ready to pop at any given moment! The new mother-of-two even admitted that her belly was bigger during the second pregnancy.

“I just eat everything I want, which isn’t healthy,” Drew confessed. “I’m bigger this time than my first time. My doctor the other day was like, ‘Yeah, so I think maybe pull back. A little bit.’”

She then added, “It takes nine months to make it, it takes nine months to unmake it. I want to enjoy the pasta right now … What’s 10 pounds?” #Preach

We’re so happy to hear that everyone is happy and healthy. Congratulations to Drew, Will, and Olive!

Source: People

Josephine Cusumano is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

04.22.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Josephine Cusumano
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