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    Pregnant Drew Barrymore Flaunts Growing Baby Bump—See the Pic!

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    Rock that baby bump, Drew Barrymore!

    The actress and her husband Will Kopelman were spotted in Hollywood, Calif. on Tuesday, Nov. 12, where the expectant parents were seen grabbing lunch together.

    Wearing a red and white striped shirt, dark pants and basic ballet flats with her hair pulled up in a ponytail, the 38-year-old beauty grabbed a bag from her hubby—presumably filled with leftover food—as the twosome parted ways while the soon-to-be mother of two showed off the first signs of her growing baby bump.

    Kopelman also looked casual for the low-key lunch date, sporting jeans, a gray T-shirt and simple shades. The couple's 13-month-old daughter, Olive, was not present for the outing.

    VIDEO: Drew Barrymore talks big family plans

    Barrymore's rep exclusively confirmed to E! News earlier this month that the 50 First Dates star is expecting her second child with her husband of nearly a year and a half

    And over the weekend, the proud mama opened up about her "wonderful" pregnancy, although the expectant star admitted she has her daily ups and downs.

    "I think every other pregnant woman out there can relate to the fact that you say you want all of this stuff and then when you're pregnant, it becomes very day-by-day," Barrymore told E! News' Ali Fedotowsky during the Baby2Baby Gala at Book Bindery in Culver City, Calif., on Saturday, Nov. 9. "But as soon as you give birth you forget everything and you're like, ‘Yes! Let's go again!' So, I'll have to wait a little while to think about the big picture again."

    PHOTO: Drew and Will share red carpet kisses

    But while Drew's still unsure about how many kids she and Kopelman will have, she is certain about her plans to keep her children out of the spotlight.

    "I had such an exposed childhood…I appreciate my journey, but I don't want that for my kid," the actress, who launched into child superstardom with E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in 1982, told Harper's Bazaar. "Not any of it. It has nothing to do with whether I liked my childhood. I really did. But as a parent, that isn't the childhood that I'd provide."

    PHOTOS: Take a look back at Drew Barrymore's first pregnancy

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