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May 24 2018, Updated 3:15 p.m. ET

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Drew Barrymore's divorce from her ex, Will Kopelman, is far from friendly with the former Hollywood wild child driving the art consultant crazy with her latest obsession.

"She doesn't have a broad attention span, so trying to get her to commit to spending time as a 'family' is always a frustrating process for Will," an insider told RadarOnline.com.

That could be the reason 39-year-old Kopelman's not thrilled to see Barrymore, 41, investing herself in yet another side-project.

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"First there was her Barrymore Wines, which she downs by the glassful," the source said. "Now there's Drew's new hobby of photography, which is irritating Will to no end."

"Things between them are still tense and she's totally thrown herself into her new craft as part of her divorce therapy," continued the source.

While her new focus may help Barrymore cope with the split, it's not exactly doing wonders for the exes' fragile post-split relationship.

"There's a lot of animosity growing on the part of Will, who feels Drew just walked out for selfish reasons," said the source.

As Radar reported, the couple filed for divorce last summer, almost three months after they made the surprise announcement they were ending their four-year marriage.

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