Pregnant Drew Barrymore Eats Froyo, Flaunts Huge Baby Bump With Husband Will Kopelman

Celebrity Moms Jul. 16, 2012 AT 1:40PM
Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman in Los Angeles on July 12, 2012. Drew Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman in Los Angeles on July 12, 2012. Credit: NATIONAL PHOTO GROUP

Bring on the pregnancy cravings!

Drew Barrymore, 37, and husband Will Kopelman stepped out together in Los Angeles on Thursday to get the mom-to-be some frozen yogurt. The pregnant star dressed casual in a blue loose-fitting shirt and printed pants to enjoy her treat comfortably. Barrymore's growing belly was put on full display as she waited at a crosswalk with Kopelman.

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Before stopping to satisfy Barrymore's craving, the parents-to-be went shopping for their baby at The Juvenile Shop and The Right Start.

The couple tied the knot in a Montecito, Calif. ceremony on June 2. Insiders told Us Weekly in March that the Big Miracle star and art consultant Kopelman, 34, are thrilled to be starting a family together.

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"They have been trying to get pregnant," one source shared. "That's why they got engaged . . . They are very happy! She's ready to settle down and be a mom."

Barrymore and Kopelman began dating in 2010, and a second insider told Us she was set on saying "I do" before the baby arrives this fall. The first-time mom-to-be decided on a June wedding because she wanted "to get married before the baby comes, but [didn't] want to be huge."

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During an interview with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show in February, Barrymore admitted she wanted to have children with Kopelman, her fiance at the time.

"We'll start with one," she said. "See how it goes and if we could be so blessed... that would be wonderful."

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