Drew Barrymore ‘overjoyed’ About Second Pregnancy: ‘yes, It’s Happening’

Barrymore says she was ‘stalked’ during her first pregnancy with daughter Olive because she didn’t comment, so this time around she’s going public with the happy news.

I tried to keep it a secret for as long as possible.” PacificCoastNews.com Barrymore says she was stalked during her first pregnancy with daughter Olive because she didnt comment, so this time around shes going public with the happy news. Barrymore’s rep confirmed the “Grey Gardens” actress’s second pregnancy to the Daily News on Monday. She already has a 13-month-old daughter, named Olive, with husband Will Kopelman. The actress previously said she doesn’t want her daughter to live “in the public eye.” James Devaney/WireImage Barrymore with husband Will Kopelman. The couple are overjoyed to be adding to their family. “I know she didn’t sign up for that,” Barrymore told Harper’s Bazaar magazine in January.
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Pregnancy Discrimination Tops List of Complaints in Workplaces

The Fair Work Ombudsman revealed more people believe their family responsibilities see them treated differently by their bosses. According to telegraph.com.au, the agency said more women complained to them of poor treatment because of pregnancy in 2012-13, topping discrimination because of physical or mental disability. It is the first time pregnancy has formed the majority of complaints. Workers made 235 complaints to the agency: 28 percent from pregnant women, 21?percent from people with physical or mental disabilities and 11 percent from those who felt their family or career responsibilities resulted in them being treated differently, the report said. Australian Council of Trade Unions president Ged Kearney said it was concerning, but ‘sadly, not a surprise’.
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