Drew Barrymore cried during an emotional meeting with ex-boyfriend Justin Long, flowing that she would “always love him.”
The talk show host, 47, wiped away her tears after cuddling the 44-year-old actress on Monday’s episode of her show, The Drew Barrymore Show.
Barrymore, who dated her “Going the Distance” co-star between 2007 and 2010, said she was “really grateful” to have it in her life.
“I will always love you very much,” she said. “You’ve been very important to me. … I feel like we’ve been through a lot together.
She continued, “When we used to talk and FaceTime, I was always like, ‘You know, I’m really grown up, Justin.'” I always wanted to prove to you what I was as a different person than I was when we dated.
The feeling has long returned, calling the actress “the best”.
He said, “I love that we kept our love because I know from my end that it will never go away. I love you always. I’m glad we still managed to have it. I mean it. I will always love you.”
The former couple continued to think about the “mess” of their “nice” relationship.
“We used to get together, and break up,” Barrymore recalls. It was so much fun.”
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Barrymore explained in July, “He is one of the most intelligent and intelligent people [people]. It’s shiny, and your socks will smile with laughter.”
Long, who has been in a relationship with Bosworth, 39, since 2021, was previously Linked to Amanda Seyfried.
As for Barrymore, he was the winner of the Golden Globes Married to Will Kopelman From 2012 to 2016, they have two parent daughters, Olive, 9, and Frankie, 8.
“I had a few personal dates that I would give them anything to be on Zoom,” she said on an episode of her show. “I don’t talk about my kids [on these dates] Because I think maybe we should get to know each other first.”
Barrymore added that she never intends to tie the knot again, explaining that she might “live with someone again” one day.
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