She covers the new issue of InStyle:
For her sit-down interview, she was open about how her relationship with Will developed.
It was never really love at first sight. Will struck a lot of my pragmatic sides. He was someone who was always reachable on the phone, someone who was a classy human being, someone who has this incredible blueprint of a family that I don’t have.”
Those are some good qualities to find in a life partner, even if it may not be seen as romantic, don’t you think?
Drew admitted they were “polar opposites” when it came to expressing their likes and dislikes, and that’s still something they struggle with. Yet she admires her husband, too.
At the same time, what I love about him is that he embodies the power of choice. He chooses to be a good person every day.”
You know, when you stop to think about it, this is SO important. We all make choices- whether we make them intentionally or unintentionally- every day about how we’ll behave and the type of person we’ll be. She found a good guy. After everything she’s been through, that’s great to hear!
Drew also discussed her new memoir, ‘Wildflower,’ and explained that she didn’t discuss past relationships for the sakes of her daughters, Olive, who’s three, and Frankie, who’s one.
I felt it was inappropriate to discuss relationships and encounters I have had with another person. I consciously chose not to include those. I want this book to be a love letter to my daughters, Frankie and Olive. They don’t need to know about my sex life.”
Yeah, that definitely veers into TMI territory!
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