Jill Kargman: Visiting Anne Frank’s home gave kids perspective on quarantine
Jill Kargman talks working with Drew Barrymore
Jill Kargman mocks ritzy NYC moms under quarantine
Jill Kargman hopes to save lives by talking about her double mastectomy
Jill Kargman is as crazy about her new sister-in-law as her ex-sister-in-law.
The “Odd Mom Out” star, 47, is the elder sister of art consultant Will Kopelman, who was married to Drew Barrymore before tying the knot with Vogue editor Allie Michler in August.
“She’s fabulous. We love her so much,” Kargman exclusively told Page Six of Michler, 34, at a swanky Born This Way Foundation and Dom Pérignon dinner on Saturday.
“She’s instant add-water-and-stir part of our family, and my nieces fight over who gets to sit next to her,” the “Momzillas” author said. “She’s beloved, so we’re so lucky.”
Noting that she never has “that feeling of being in the middle,” Kargman added, “Drew is so into Allie and vice versa. It’s really a true, modern blended family.”
The warm sentiments are also shared by Barrymore, who gushed over her ex’s new wife in September on Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast.
“She knows that I absolutely worship the ground she walks on, and I’m her biggest cheerleader,” the actress and talk show host 46, said. “I just feel like I won the lottery with her. Like, I really did. I feel like I’m lucky that there’s this new beautiful soul that came into our lives.
“We do dinners with all the kids, birthdays. We might take a trip together,” she explained. “We’re finding our way in a beautiful, slow, respectful manner.”
Barrymore and Kopelman, 43, were married from 2012 to 2016 and share daughters Olive, 9, and Frankie, 7. Their divorce was amicable and took just three weeks to finalize.
Other celebs on hand for Saturday’s intimate dinner at MoMA included the foundation’s president and co-founder, Cynthia Germanotta, who is Lady Gaga’s mom, as well as Joshua Jackson, Amanda Seyfried and Billy Porter.
Share this article:
Source: Read Full Article