Actress Drew Barrymore, who recently announced her engagement to Will Kopelman, says she is very happy with the development in her personal life.
Hinting that settling down was in her plans for the future, the 'Charlie's Angels' star said she gets a "stable, normal kind of vibe" from her relationship with Kopelman, reported People magazine.
"It's really positive. I'm super happy," said the 36-year-old. Barrymore was previously married to comedian Tom Green, and briefly to club owner Jeremy Thomas in 1994, but the former child actor says she's now seeking stability.
"As I've gotten older, I've really wanted to find more balance and calm," she said. Barrymore also said that Kopelman, 33, has seamlessly merged with her close-knit group of friends, which includes her longtime BFF Cameron Diaz, as well as Jimmy Fallon, Barrymore's costar in Fever Pitch, who is also married to her best friend and business partner, Nancy Juvonen. "It's just the best! We go on group trips and spend holidays together.
There's a lot of love."