Former wild child Drew Barrymore is now a mother of a 1-year-old daughter and six-months pregnant with her second baby girl. Gone are the daisies in the hair and so is Barrymore's apparent free spirit -- at least after some prodding from ABC News.
Barrymore declined to admit that she regrets anything in life, telling ABC News' Amy Robach that she celebrates the sense of freedoms she had at certain points in her life, because she doesn't feel like that now. "I love the very exposed, humorous, imperfect, never trying to pretend to be perfect journey that I have been on in my life," she explained.
Not satisfied with the answer from a woman who was in rehab by 13, and had endured enough drama to pen a memoir at 16, Robach pressed further, asking what she would do if her 1-year-old daughter Olive came to her years from now and wanted to pose for Playboy, just as Barrymore had done at the age of 19.
"I would not let her," Barrymore replied. "I don't think I would. I would influence her not to, because my life choices are supposed to be the gateway to somebody else's. That's my journey."
Satisfied that the 38-year-old wouldn't let her daughter pose nude for the iconic magazine, Robach moved on and asked Barrymore about her new book, made up of photographs of various shapes of hearts found in everyday life called, "Find It In Everything."
"I started finding hearts in things -- whether it was like, a tree I was passing, a straw wrapper on the ground, I think the heart has one continuous line, which is very powerful," she said.