Drew Barrymore Bonds With Daughter Olive During Yoga After Splitting From Will Kopelman — See the Cute Photo

Princess Elsa came to our mother daughter yoga class. #magicdays #iloveolive

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Namaste! Drew Barrymore bonded with her adorable daughter Olive on Wednesday, April 6. The E.T. actress, who recently separated from her husband, Will Kopelman, did mother-daughter yoga with the couple’s eldest child, who opted to dress up like Elsa from Frozen for the activity.

“Princess Elsa came to our mother daughter yoga class. #magicdays #iloveolive,” Barrymore, who is also mom of daughter Frankie, 23 months, captioned the adorable moment.

A source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly that Barrymore and Kopelman’s decision to separate has been devastating for the actress, who was briefly previously married to Jeremy Thomas and Tom Green

“She feels like a failure,” the insider tells Us of the Wildflower author, while another adds that Barrymore is “disappointed” things didn’t work out.

Although the actress and Kopelman are no longer together, she’ll forever cherish time with their daughters.

“Sadly our family is separating legally, although we do not feel this takes away from us being a family," the exes told Us in a statement Monday. "Divorce might make one feel like a failure, but eventually you start to find grace in the idea that life goes on. Our children are our universe and we look forward to living the rest of our lives with them as the first priority."

Pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly for more on their shocking split. 

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