American comedienne/actress Amy Schumer paid a short sweet tribute to her son, Gene David Fischer, as she wished him a happy first birthday.
The "royal" baby is one! Amy's son, Gene David Fischer, just turned one, and she's celebrating it with an adorable snapshot of both of them.
The cute photo showed the mother-son duo in a peaceful state as they were asleep. Amy had her lips on Gene's forehead.
Amy Schumer at Tribeca Talks: After the Movie: Inside Amy Schumer on April 19, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images
The little one was wearing a green animal print top pair with short green bottoms while an exhausted Amy had a makeup-free face along with messy hair.
She was wearing a maroon-colored top. Along with the photo, Amy wrote a heartwarming tribute for her son in the post's caption, which read:
"I'm really glad it was you. Hbd"
The comedian and her husband, chef Chris Fischer welcomed the 1-year-old to the world on the 6th of May 2019.
She was pregnant with him at the same time Meghan Markle was pregnant with baby Archie, so she often compared her pregnancy experience with Meghan's and even referred to her son as a "royal baby."
Amy is currently being taught how to cook by her husband, who is a chef.
Gene, who was born just hours after Baby Archie, was initially named Gene Attell Fischer, but the name was altered when his parents found out that Attell makes his name sound like "genital."
The couple, who had named him after his mom's fellow comedian Dave Attell, changed their son's middle name to David. The mom of one shared the details in her Podcast, "Amy Schumer Presents 3 Girls, 1 Keith," saying:
"... our baby's name is officially changed... It was Gene Attell Fischer, but we realized that we, by accident, named our son, genital."
Just like most people, Amy Schumer has been self-isolating at home due to the escalating COVID-19 pandemic. Amy has an exciting way of occupying her time indoors. She is currently being taught how to cook by her husband, who is a chef.
Her learning sessions are being filmed for a show that follows her kitchen journey as she learns the art of culinary.
It will be made into an eight-part series titled "Amy Schumer Learns to Cook." It will be aired on the Food Network. Her son, David, will also be featured in the show, which is expected to make viewers happy that his parents have a fantastic rapport.