New mom, drew barrymore, debuting her baby, olive, on the cover of "people" magazine. And opening up on how she plans to raise her daughter. Tanya rivero has the story. Reporter: This "charlie's... See More
New mom, drew barrymore, debuting her baby, olive, on the cover of "people" magazine. And opening up on how she plans to raise her daughter. Tanya rivero has the story. Reporter: This "charlie's angel" now has her own little angel. Drew barrymore debuting olive on the cover of "people." And opening up about the best role of her career so far, being a mom. Telling the magazine, it's the best role of my life. As life gets shorter, the stakes get higher. And this is the most important thing I will ever do. She wants to be the mom that will be there, every day, picking up her kid from school. So the child knows, when she needs mom or dad, they are there. Reporter: The 37-year-old actress wiping away tears, when talking about her husband, will kopelman, and his role as a father. Saying, he provides a strong family for people who didn't have the strongest families. If you can create that, you have a second chance. It's like a miracle. He has very traditional family values. And they cannot wait to raise their child together. Reporter: Barrymore's own childhood was far from conventional. The doe-eyed star of "e.T.," At just 7 years old. She later battled addiction to drugs and alcohol, entering rehab at only 13. Barrymore opened up about those rocky years with chris connelly on "nightline" earlier this year. I was lost and scared. But what I did learn is humility and that things can go away. Reporter: With a new chapter before her, the new mom knows her daughter's life will be different. I'm trying to figure out how to do things differently than when I grew up. I got some really great blueprints of what not to do. For "good morning america," tanya rivero, abc news, new york.
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