Amy Schumer delights fans in a new Instagram post that features the new mom and her infant son.
“The Train Wreck” actress and her newborn looked charming in the snapshot as baby Gene is wrapped in an animal print blanket. In the photo, Amy’s face bore no makeup as she cozies up with her son lying on her arm. Baby Gene latches on to a pacifier as he gives off a cute aura.
The 37-year-old who gave birth over the weekend is nothing but excited about her new status as a mom. Throughout her “baby-bump” stage, Schumer occasionally shared adorable pictures on her Instagram page to the pleasure of her fans.
The comic actor, while on her way to the hospital to have her child, made a stop at the just concluded Met Gala and shared a photo of herself at the event on her Instagram page.
Amy looked quite hilarious as she donned casual home outfits which she matched with black shoes. Schumer captioned, indicating her activity before going into labor:
“Met look this year. Last night on the way to the hospital.”
The photo was taken on the unprepared pink carpet area of the MetGala.
Her idea of the post which seems to carry on a comic message had fans in the comment session brimming with mirth as emojis of laughter were dropped.
After her late night birth on Sunday, the “I feel Pretty” star actress shared a sweet family photo as she introduced the newborn to the world.
“10:55 pm last night. Our royal baby was born.”
While she holds her baby who has a blue pacifier in his mouth, her husband plants a kiss on her face. Although her skin looked flushed possibly from the stress of childbirth, the comedienne had a satisfying smile on her face.
Later in the week, Schumer while announcing the baby’s name, posted an endearing photo of her plus one, chef Chris Fischer holding their infant son as she wrote, “Gene Attell Fischer and his dad Chris.”
According to “Dailymail,” a few weeks before the birth of her first child, Amy had posted a photo of her large baby bump during an ultrasound section as she revealed a certain pregnancy condition called “hyperemesis gravidarum.” Amy stated:
"It was once explained to me that comparing hyperemesis gravidarum to morning sickness is like having an arrow through your skull and saying it's like just a minor headache.”
She also went ahead to give more sensitization on the condition while mentioning that more support should be given to women.