Amy Schumer cradles son Gene, two, as she takes him for ‘set visit’ amid filming for Hulu series Life & Beth
Amy Schumer rocked her two-year-old son Gene in a heartwarming new photo she posted to Instagram this week.
The 39-year-old took him to a ‘set visit’, presumably to the filming of her upcoming Hulu series Life & Beth.
She had been seen shooting another night scene for the show on a sidewalk in New York City the day before.
‘Set visit’: Amy Schumer rocked two-year-old son Gene in a heartwarming new snap she posted to Instagram this week
During the scene, she was able to glimpse The Fat Black Pussycat, the sister bar of the iconic comedy club The Comedy Cellar in Greenwich Village.
In real life, Amy has a long history with the Comedy Cellar – she even played her first set as a mom there, just two weeks after she delivered Gene.
When she was cheated online so soon after giving birth for returning to work so quickly, she joked, “I’ve always wanted to be ashamed of my mom !!!!”
She will write and direct multiple episodes of Life & Beth, in which she also has an executive producer role.
Family: In her personal life, Amy shared a heartfelt tribute to her chef Chris Fischer on their son Gene’s second birthday last week
Amy stars as a successful wine retailer who rethinks her life amid a series of flashbacks to her teenage years, Deadline reports.
In her personal life, Amy shared a heartfelt tribute to her chef Chris Fischer last week on their son Gene’s second birthday.
The Trainwreck star wrote that her son will ‘most likely’ inherit his father’s autism and encouraged fans to get tested.
While pregnant with Gene, Amy had such a severe attack of hyperemesis gravidarum that she was hospitalized several times.
Advice: The Trainwreck star wrote that her son will ‘most likely’ inherit his father’s autism and encouraged fans to get tested
Her pregnancy was featured on the HBO docuseries Expecting Amy last year, where she told Christy Turlington that she’s considering surrogacy next time.
She said there was a ‘90% chance’ that she would get hyperemesis if she got pregnant again and joked that she ‘never’ would.
She started the in vitro fertilization process for another baby early last year, but then she decided to interrupt it due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amy revealed on The Howard Stern Show last April that ‘we would love to make a move and COVID happened’.
A Sibling for Gene ?: Last month on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Amy said she and Chris were ‘trying to figure out’ the process of having a second child
The ripped-off actress explained, “And I just love to walk back, like, ‘Okay, maybe we’ll come back to that in a minute.'”
She told me last summer Access that IVF ‘was very difficult for my body, it was very difficult for me emotionally. You know, and we have one embryo, so that’s not like, you know, we knocked it out of the park, but we’re thankful we got one normal embryo. ‘
And then last month The Ellen DeGeneres Show Amy said she and Chris were trying to “ figure out ” the process of having a second child.