Amy Schumer and the family go for a walk after saying “hello” to her father from outside his nursing home
Amy Schumer and family take a walk in NYC after saying ‘hello’ to her father at a safe distance with a stop outside his nursing home
Amy Schumer and her family stay together.
The comedian was happy to be with her husband Chris Fischer and their 10-month-old son Gene on a stroll through New York on Tuesday.
Amy, 38, and the company got some fresh air together after visiting her father Gordon at a safe distance on another family walk over the weekend.
Family affair: Amy Schumer, husband Chris Fischer and their son Gene went out together on Tuesday
The I Feel Pretty actress was casual and cute in purple leggings and a quilted navy blue jacket. Not picky, she pulled her hair back into a ponytail and released makeup.
Amy left a baby carrier hanging from her front while Chris took care of their pride and joy.
Gene looked so cute when his father carried him on his shoulders.
Sweet: Gene looked cute the way his dad carried him on his shoulders
There for Dad: Earlier on Tuesday, Amy shared social media from the family visiting her dad at his nursing home in NYC, where he is taking care of his multiple sclerosis. They only waved from the outside, without risking exposing him to the virus
Earlier on Tuesday, Amy shared social media from the family visiting her father at his nursing home in NYC, where he is taking care of his multiple sclerosis.
Of course, they kept a safe social distance from her father, who is immunocompromised, brandishing from the sidewalk with a sign that read “Hello Grandpa! We love you!’ The family risked exposing Gordon to the virus.
Amy’s father got MS when she was in high school.
It came at a bad time: her father’s furniture store went down and he filed for bankruptcy and about the same time her parents broke up, which she described in her autobiography.
With her dad: Amy and Gordon in New York Cit in 2017 when she filmed I Feel Pretty
She incorporates him into her life: here the two are standing side by side in New York’s Central Park in 2016
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects the brain and spinal cord, according to WebMD, and early MS symptoms include weakness, tingling, numbness, and blurred vision. Other symptoms include muscle stiffness, thinking problems and urinary problems.
Amy has been careful to stay indoors during COVID-19, which took 1,550 lives in New York State alone as of Tuesday morning.
On Saturday night, the star took to Instagram to send ‘love to all pregnant ladies’ who are currently quarantined during the coronavirus pandemic.
“We’re thinking about you, too,” Schumer captioned, sharing a topless throwback portrait of herself rocking her then-newborn son.
I’m thinking about you: Schumer took to Instagram on Saturday night to post a snapshot of herself and her now 10-month-old son Gene telling quarantined pregnant women that she is ‘thinking’ of them
Since Schumer was without a shirt, the actress committed two flame emojis over her private pieces.
In the black and white photo, Schumer is visibly visible without makeup sitting in a chair in her room after delivery, while baby Gene was sleeping on her lap.
Schumer and her husband Chris Fischer welcomed their firstborn just a year after they tied the knot at a ceremony in Malibu, California in 2018.
Better Days: Amy and husband Chris Fischer were spotted in New York City in 2019