Drew Barrymore Ditched Her Wedding Ring — and We're Loving Its Replacement

Drew Barrymore Replaces Wedding Ring

Photo: Getty Images

Our hearts are still reeling from hearing the news that one of Hollywood's sweetest duos, Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman, have called it quits after four years of marriage. The couple announced their split just over two weeks ago, releasing a joint public statement that stated, "Sadly our family is separating legally, although we do not feel this takes away from us being a family. Divorce might make one feel like a failure, but eventually you start to find grace in the idea that life goes on." Although we're still not over the fact that the too-short love story between this seemingly-perfect pair has come to a close (it's a healing process, okay...), it's nice to see that both Drew and Will are embracing the fact that life does indeed go on. A surefire sign that Drew is moving forward? Her brand new finger bling! Yes, Barrymore has officially ditched her wedding ring for an alternative piece of jewelry she's toting on that finger. And we're actually loving it...

When Barrymore and Kopelman wed in a charming backyard wedding back in 2012, the groom presented his bride with a delicate vintage wedding band, subtly adorned with pretty pavé diamonds. But with the news of the couple's split, that ring has been assumedly tucked away in a jewelry box and Barrymore has been rocking another super meaningful piece around town.

The actress' new bauble, which E! News first spotted on the actress' hand at the ASPCA's 19th annual Bergh Ball's last week, is a 14-carat gold and blue band, engraved with the French phrase
"Qu'Hier Que Demain," which translates to, "More Than Yesterday, Less Than Tomorrow."

Drew Barrymore Wedding Ring Replacement

Photo: Getty Images; Broken English Jewelry

The ring, available from Broken English for $1,550 couldn't be a more fitting wedding band replacement for the free-spirited mom of two. Recently in an interview with Good Housekeeping, Barrymore revealed, "Yesterday I was a 10, tomorrow I might be an 8, this afternoon I might be a 3 and tonight I might be an 11... Happiness is not this yellow, blithe, floating thing. It's something that takes a tremendous amount of work. There's a warrior aspect to being happy. You've got to fight for it."

More than yesterday, less than tomorrow, indeed.

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