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Drew Barrymore's ex-husband makes rare comment about the star and their daughters

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Drew Barrymore has consistently proved that she knows how to handle co-parenting with her ex-husband, Will Kopelman, who she shares daughters Olive and Frankie with.ALSO: HELLO!

launches Jubilee T-shirt collection to celebrate Queen Elizabeth in styleFans of the star aren't strangers to hearing all about how close she still is with his side of the family, having recently spent Mother's Day with him and even honoring his new wife, who he married in 2021.While Will, an art consultant, is more private than his ex-wife, he also proved just how friendly things are between them when he made a rare comment about his two daughters – and how much they take after their mom.WATCH: Drew reacts to Britney Spears' heartfelt tribute to herMORE: Drew Barrymore reveals how she proposed to a beloved star after three decades of friendshipThe sweet nod came about when the morning show host shared an unbelievable throwback of herself as a child as she stopped by a late night show in 1983.Drew comes from a long line of famous actors and actresses, and started acting herself when she was merely a year old, going on to get her big break in Steven Spielberg's E.T.In the clip, she's talking about how much she loves New York City, though she was born and raised in Los Angeles.

Sporting a frilly and voluminous dress, very much of the era, paired with a cute ponytail and bow, she detailed: "I love New York!

It's my place."A post shared by Drew Barrymore (@drewbarrymore)The sweet clipAs she adorably talked about her urban preferences and charmed audiences back then as much as she does now, her ex-husband proved how her instantly recognizable mannerisms live on, endearingly writing: "This is both Olive and Frankie all at once."MORE: Drew Barrymore.

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