Amy Schumer highlighted her big baby bump in an Instagram photo
Amy Schumer has finally revealed her naked baby bump for the world to see after the announcement that she was expecting a child.
The announcement was made on October 22, 2018, with the help of her good friend Jessica Yellin of News Not Noise.
The comedian took to her Instagram page to share a relaxed group picture in which she appears with a friend and her sister, Kim Caramele.
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In the snap, the 37-year-old can be seen wearing a gray long sleeve shirt, as well as black maternity leggings as she shows her bare stomach.
A WORLDWIDE INTRODUCTION
This was the first time that Schumer has fully displayed her baby bump to the world, which she previously called 'my precious,' a clear reference to Gollum from "The Lord of the Rings."
One day before, her sister Caramele made fun of Schumer and her husband, Chris Fischer, by saying that they would be 'unbearable parents.'
THEY ALREADY HAVE A BABY AND IT'S FURRY
The statement was made in the form of a caption of a photo depicting the comedian and Fischer trying to snap a photo of their dog Tatiana dressed as a lamb for Halloween.
As always, Schumer has been joking about her pregnancy ever since she revealed that she was expecting, and even spoofed Meghan Markle's pregnancy.
Schumer used a photo of Prince Harry and Meghan and pasted her own face, as well as Fischer's, over the Royals', as a way to let the world know that their bundle of joy was on the way.
Much like the comedian, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex can't wait to meet and hold the new royal baby and Harry has been particularly excited about it.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the spectacular Abel Tasman National Park, where they learned more about its local conservation programmes with @docgovtnz Ranger Andrew Lamason. #RoyalVisitNZ pic.twitter.com/O3xu8JbXMN— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) October 29, 2018
The Prince has made several references to Meghan's baby bump, including during the recent Invictus Games in Australia, proving how proud he is of his upcoming role as a father.