Amy Schumer's Friend Bridget Everett Says She's Very Happy With Baby Gene And Her Man
According to a report from Us Magazine, Amy Schumer is doing extremely well ever since the birth of her first baby, Gene, claims her close friend, Bridget Everett. The 47-year-old actress said to reporters from Us Weekly that Amy was "so in love" and "so happy."
Bridget claims that ever since she gave birth to her first child, Gene, Amy has been a great mood. The star went on to joke that she figured one would be happier sitting on the couch and sipping on chardonnay, however, there's "another level" after that phase.
Thus far, Bridget added, Amy has shown another side to her personality, stating that the stand-up comedian is a really "nurturing and loving person," and she's been putting a lot of focus and effort into the child. "It's a beautiful thing to see," she added.
With that said, Everett claims Amy and Chris Fischer struggled a lot with this last pregnancy, so another child is probably unlikely. Schumer and Chris, who's a 39-year-old chef, got married a year ago on February 2018. She welcomed their first child a few months later in May.
As fans of Amy know, she has been more than honest when it comes to her struggle with hyperemesis gravidarium, an issue with pregnancy that comes with nasty symptoms while carrying the child, including severe nausea among them.
Previously, during an Instagram video in November of 2018 addressing postponed shows, Amy said she loves doing stand-up comedy and hates canceling performances. However, she had to so on account of her pregnancy and illness. "I'm grateful I have access to health care, as we all should have," the comedian stated.
It was last month when the supermodel, Emily Ratajkowski, gushed over the New Yorker. The 28-year-old model stated that Amy was a great person to work with.
Before getting married to Chris, Amy was linked to Ben Danisch after about a year and a half of dating. The comic joked about the relationship in a previous interview, stating that it "wasn't that bad" to let things go.