Drew Barrymore, born and raised in the public eye, was once believed to be the youngest person to ever enter drug and alcohol rehab. Now, approximately 25 years later, the actress is beyond happy and healthy, having found love with her third husband, Will Kopelman.
In a recent interview on The View, Barrymore announced her intention to raise newborn daughter,
Olive, in her hubby’s Jewish religion. Now it is being reported that the producer/actress is taking her eventual conversion to Judaism one step further by removing all of her tattoos.
Barrymore has a large collection of body art including a butterfly on her stomach, a cross on her leg, two angels on her lower back, and a bouquet of flowers on her hip. She has begun the painful process of having everything removed.
It is speculated that being permitted to be buried in a traditional Jewish cemetery was one of the major motivating factors.
"Drew also wants to be a Santa Barbara mom, and tattoos clash with that wardrobe," an unnamed “friend” told Star Magazine.
"She’s growing up and turning conservative."
Reprinted with permission from Shalom Life