Drew Barrymore Dumps Wedding Ring, Wears Meaningful Enamel Piece

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore seems to have replaced her wedding ring with a 14-carat gold and blue enamel piece. The 41-year-old actress, who recently filed for divorce, was spotted wearing the gold ring during ASPCA’s 19th annual Bergh Ball in New York on Friday night.

The ring has the French words written as”Qu’Hier Que Demain,” which means “More Than Yesterday, Less Than Tomorrow.” The words on the rings were similar to the words she spoke to E! Online.

“Yesterday I was a 10, tomorrow I might be an 8, this afternoon I might be a 3 and tonight I might be an 11. I just have a lot on my plate right now, and it’s hard to figure out the puzzle pieces for the next year of my life,” she admitted. “Oh, just work-wise, geography-wise, life-wise,” the actress replied when she was asked that how does she feel.

The ring can be bought from Broken English’s website for $2,006. The poetry on the ring is from the 1900s French poet Rosemonde Gérar.

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The actress, who got separated from her husband of four years, Will Kopelman, won an award for her outstanding contributions to animal welfare in the United States. Children are the main priority of the couple.They are very much looking forward to live a life with them.

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She talked a great length about rescuing the dogs at Plaza’s Grand Ballroom. In one of her interviews she talked about the struggle to be happy, being happy is the result of the hard work she said. Her new ring just looks like the new her with a future that does not look back. She is happy to know that post divorce her life is going to be about growing, learning and evolving, SheKnows reports.

The 41-year-old actress was seen holding hands with a friend after the divorce in the same event. The friend turned out to be InStyle Editor in Chief, Ariel Foxman, Lifestyle Weekly reports.

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