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Friends Barrymore and Diaz on New York Times best-sellers list

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It's a truth universally acknowledged that Drew Barrymore is amazing. Evidently, the New York Times knows this too as they've added the actress to their best-sellers list.

The actress managed to get a coveted spot on the list with her tome Find It In Everything, which is a photo book dedicated to images of love hearts in everyday objects, such as cat food, a fallen leaf, or even the pattern in a carpet, all of which was shot by Barrymore. We'd recommend you take a look on the FindItInEverything Instagram feed too.

One of the actress's best friends, Cameron Diaz, also made the cut with The Body Book. There was a lot of publicity surrounding the health guide, particularly because of a chapter entitled 'In Praise Of Pubes', in which she waxes (sorry) lyrical about the benefits of retaining your pubic hair.

But aside from lady garden chat, the book is also useful for anyone who is considering changing their lifestyle and wants to know how to approach a healthy attitude to eating. Diaz discovered that what she eats is inseparably linked to how she feels and looks. Essentially, it's a comprehensive guide to help women feel their best.

BFFs, Drew and Cameron (we're on a first name basis with them, obvs), first met when they were 14 and 16 years old respectively, when Drew used to work in a coffee house and Cameron was a model in LA. They later went on to star in Charlie's Angels together.

Cameron was even given the moniker 'Auntie Poo Poo' by Drew. Now that's friendship.

(Images: Instagram, Rex Features)

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