Amy Schumer Is the Latest Celebrity to Jump on the Nude Photo Bandwagon — But It’s For a Good Cause

Remember the time Kim Kardashian nearly broke the internet with a photo of her nude body? Yeah, so does Amy Schumer, who just posted a nearly-naked shot of her own body — but she’s using the publicity to promote a good cause.

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The actress is standing up against gun violence in quite a different way than we’re used to seeing. Schumer posted a photo of herself in just an orange sports bra, with the caption “Today please #wearorange for gun safety! #everytown,” followed by a slew of other photos of herself and friends promoting the cause. (She joins many other celebrities in the initiative to wear orange one June 2 to combat gun violence, including Kardashian and Rachel Zoe.)

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At this point, Schumer has made it clear that she’s comfortable flaunting her body, whether or not she’s promoting a cause she’s passionate about — it’s not the first time she’s posted a provocative pic on the internet. She set her lady parts on fire for the world to see in her cover story for Vanity Fair, saying that it was “one of the most meaningful moments” of her life.

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“I begged Annie to photograph me with no underwear on in just a T-shirt,” Schumer told Vanity Fair of her shoot with Annie Leibovitz. “I explained to her how important it was to me and she finally agreed. I felt powerful and beautiful. She understood once we shot it. Or maybe she ran to the bathroom to throw up. It was one of the most meaningful moments of my life.”

And there was also the Pirelli calendar, in which she posed just in underwear and heels, holding a cup of coffee — a moment about which she shared a thoughtful post just the other day.

So while it’s possible that the sports bra in question was the only piece of orange on hand, we’re thinking she knows that with nudity, comes attention — and hers is going towards something good.

What do you think of Schumer’s nude photo? Sound off below.

— Jillian Ruffo

Amy Schumer vows to wear ‘hospital underwear for life’ following the birth of son Gene

Once you wear hospital underwear, you never go back, according to Amy Schumer.

Schumer, 38, took to Instagram on Saturday to share pictures of her comfy post-pregnancy attire while spending a day with son Gene, her first child with husband Chris Fischer.

In one picture, the comedian wore the undergarments, a black bra and some sneakers outside while pushing her son in a stroller, while another picture shows Schumer cuddling with Gene during nap time in a similar outfit.

“5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” the new mother jokingly captioned the two images, which have more than 920,000 likes on her Instagram account.

Related:Amy Schumer laughs off being mom-shamed for returning to work 14 days after son’s birth

Fellow stars praised Schumer’s “raw and vulnerable” documentation of postpartum life.

“There is so much pressure placed on new moms to ‘bounce back’ & it’s not real life,” body positive model Tess Holliday commented. “You’re doing amazing & you’re amazing & those hospital undies are COMFYYYYY.”

“YESSSSS,” Kristen Bell wrote, while Zoe Saldana added, “You look so beautiful!”

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Since giving birth to Gene nearly five weeks ago, Schumer has maintained a sense of humor while chronicling her days as a new mother.

The “I Feel Pretty” star has shared several Instagram photos of herself breast pumping and provided a “post baby annoying post” to thank the women who helped her throughout her rough pregnancy.

Related: Amy Schumer shares photo of herself breast pumping

Schumer returned to the stand-up stage just 14 days after giving birth, despite being mom-shamed by some fans who felt it was “too soon” for the comedian to return to work.

“Sending out love to the moms shaming me for doing standup last night!” Schumer captioned another breast-pumping picture, which also featured her hospital underwear.

Related: Amy Schumer gives birth to son Gene within hours of Duchess Meghan

Amy Schumer remains our once and forever queen of comedy. But she’s now also the queen of a very particular — and very relatable — genre of comedy: the baby days. In fact, in the running for the award (yes, we made this award up in our heads) for “Amy Schumer’s best mom moment ever” are both her amazing and hilarious pregnancy pics as well as her postpartum and parenting photos so far.

Comedian and actor Amy Schumer gave birth on Sunday, May 5, to her first child, Gene, with husband Chris Fischer (after a crash visit to the Met Gala red carpet on the way to the hospital, no less).

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And as usual, Schumer is pulling no punches when it comes to telling the real story. Her maternity posts were a freaking delight, so we suspected we were in for a major treat when the baby arrived. But nothing could have prepared us for the top-shelf, completely candid, deliciously relatable posts she’s given her fans about new motherhood. We are stanning so hard.

Here are our top Schumer mom moments so far.

Her sneaky unseen baby pic

Before 2019 came to a close, Schumer shared a never-before-seen pic of baby Gene just moments after his birth. How did she sneak this past people? By tossing it in with her end-of-year Top Nine collage on Instagram. In the photo, both parents have their hands on just-born Gene.

Her humor in the face of shamers

Schumer posted a pumping photo and wrote that she was “sending out love to the moms shaming me for doing standup last night!” Because, of course, how dare a new mom do anything that’s not baby-centric, right? Ugh.

Her honesty about going back to work

On baby Gene’s 5-month birthday, Schumer penned an honest post about the mixed feelings that come with being a working parent. “A couple days I’ve cried from missing him,” she wrote. “But it’s mostly good to be back and the breaks energize me to be a better mom.” We’re right there with you, Amy.

Her clapback on how she’d “cope” with her son’s potential autism

When a commenter on this beautiful photo post said, “I’d like to see a documentary of you discovering your mate is diagnosed with autism and how you cope with the possibility that your child will be on the spectrum,” Schumer was having none of it.

She responded back in the best way: “How I cope? I don’t see being on the spectrum as a negative thing. My husband is my favorite person I’ve ever met. He’s kind, hilarious, interesting and talented and I admire him. Am I supposed to hope my son isn’t like that? I will pay attention and try to provide him with the tools he needs to overcome whatever challenges come up like all parents. I’d be disappointed if he liked The Big Bang Theory and NASCAR, not if he has ASD.”

The way she is embracing her post-baby body

Schumer is proud of her “warm soft” and “strong” new form, as she noted in one of her comments on this post.

Her postpartum stroll… in mesh panties

Because hospital underwear are versatile, comfortable, breathable and perfect for a warm walk.

Her newborn-shit-is-bananas glamour shot

I mean, has every new mom been there or… has every new mom been right there?

Her party-pumps #OOTD pic

Schumer captioned this one “Guys what are we doing tonight?” and make no mistake: There’s no one we’d rather pump-club it up with. Pretty sure Vanderpump Rules‘ Stassi Schroeder, whom Schumer tagged in the post, agrees.

Her “royal baby” birth photo

The “royal baby” jest, of course, is poking fun at the fact that she and Meghan Markle — the Duchess of Sussex — shared almost the exact same pregnancy timeline.

Her MILF-alert shot

Schumer also posted a “MILF alert” on Instagram, an awesomely real hospital shot of a very disheveled her — on a toilet, hooked up to an IV in the background — while an adoring squad member cradles baby Gene.

Her women warriors post

But she’s not just being funny. Schumer wrote a fierce and heartfelt post about her takeaway from the birth experience: that women are “warriors.” Her words were powerful and honest to the core:

“Ok here’s my post baby annoying post and my takeaway from pregnancy. Women are the shit. Men are cool and whatever but women are fucking warriors and capable of anything.”

She also praised her doula and acknowledged her privilege in having one:

“I was lucky enough to get to have a doula. Her name @[email protected] What do doulas do? I don’t totally know. But what she did was make me and Chris feel totally secure and supported throughout my pregnancy and the birth process. I really recommend getting one if you can.”

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And Schumer was not one to forget her medical team and the “strong women” who helped her through her hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness, the same condition that plagued Kate Middleton throughout all three of her pregnancies). She also gave a shoutout to Every Mother Counts as a place to donate toward midwives’ supplies for moms and babies in Guatemala:

“Doctor Brill and all the nurses and pediatricians at Lenox Hill and all the other hospitals i spent time in this year, thank you for everything. I did Pilates with strong women and went for walks. I threw up violently and felt sick mostly every day of my pregnancy. Hyperemesis is real and it’s awful. But fuck, what they say is true. The second you give birth it’s gone. @[email protected]@everymomcounts

She signed off in classic Schumer style: “#titsleaking#wearingadiaper.” And we wouldn’t have it any other way.

A version of this story was originally published in May 2019.

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  • Amy Schumer took to Instagram, again, to share the realities of life as a new mom.
  • Alongside a photo of herself walking her son Gene in a stroller while donning a bra and underwear, she wrote, “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!”
  • Since giving birth in May, Schumer has continuously turned to social media to post photos of herself breast-pumping and “keeping it real.”
  • Leave it to Amy Schumer to always stay honest about the trials of motherhood.

    Schumer, who gave birth to son Gene Attell on May 5—her first child with husband Chris Fischer—has shown time and time again that she’s not afraid to share details about her new reality. That means everything from opening up about overcoming her battle with hyperemesis to sharing a snap on Instagram of herself breast-pumping.

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    And in her latest candid post, the comedian offered more down-to-earth insight. “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” she captioned a photo of her walking her son in a stroller, as she donned a bra and hospital undergarments. And if you swipe left on the photo? You see another adorable snap of Schumer cuddled up with baby Gene, still in the aforementioned hospital undies.

    As with many of her Insta peeks into motherhood, celebrities flooded her comments section with words of praise, solidarity, and flat out amusement.

    “Thanks for being so raw and vulnerable about the realities of post partum life,” said model Tess Holliday. “There is so much pressure placed on new moms to “bounce back” & it’s not real life. You’re doing amazing & you’re amazing & those hospital undies are COMFYYYYY💕💕💕”

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    5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on Jun 8, 2019 at 11:24am PDT

    YouTube comedian Colleen Ballinger (a.k.a. Miranda Sings) shed light on her own experience. “I was more of a diaper gal myself. but the hospital underwear was glorious too,” Ballinger said.

    Kristen Bell and Snooki—who recently gave birth to her third child—both used caps lock to show their enthusiasm. “DEAD,” said Snooki, while Bell chimed in with a “YESSSSS.”

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    And Zoe Saldana? “@amyschumer you look so beautiful!!!!”

    Not only do we love all of the support Schumer is getting, but we’ll never get tired of her unending effort to show the not-so-glam side of postpartum life.

    For more ways to live your best life plus all things Oprah, sign up for ournewsletter

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    God Bless Amy Schumer and her giant, hospital grade underwear

    Every mom out there knows about the mesh underwear. You know, the mesh underwear — the hospital grade guchies that every new mom gets. They’re far from flattering but deliver big time on comfort and necessity. Well, leave it to Amy Schumer to give post-birth underwear the day in the sun they deserve.

    Schumer, mom to newborn son Gene, has been slaying the new mom content game. No, seriously, she gives us everything we didn’t know we needed and if she ever stops keeping things hilarious and real, we’ll cry. Kinda like the tears of laughter you’ll shed when you check out her latest Instagram post.

    “5 weeks,” she captions her most recent two photos. “Hospital underwear for life!”

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    5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on Jun 8, 2019 at 11:24am PDT

    In the first photo, Schumer is just going balls to the wall with the mesh by wearing it proudly in the middle of the day during an outdoor stroll with Gene. And nothing else, minus a bra. Because she is a LEGEND.

    In the second photo, she’s sweetly snuggling her baby boy while going bottomless except for — you guessed it — the mishmash of mesh going on south of her border.

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    She’s not the first person — or even celebrity — to share the glory of hospital underwear. Last year after giving birth to son Miles, Chrissy Teigen shared her own pair of mesh that she, too, was happily wearing at home and not in the hospital.

    Here’s the thing about the weird, horribly unattractive, one-size-fits-all, orphanage-looking underwear: it’s heaven. No joke. It’s big enough to fit the enormous, submarine-sized pad you need after giving birth while being light, breathable, and comfortable enough to want to wear nothing else until your vagina heals.

    If you’re not yet intimately familiar with these babies, do not hesitate to snag a few extra pairs before you and your bundle of joy head home. It’s highly likely the sweet, loving hospital nurses will hook you up with a to-go bag but whatever they give you is not enough. Ask for more mesh. You won’t regret it.

    Just chalk these latest photos up to reason number 340958304985 we love Amy Schumer as a mom. After such a turbulent pregnancy full of vomiting, she’s been sharing nothing but amazing moments since Gene came along.

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    Guys what are we doing tonight? #schumerpump #ootd @stassischroeder

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on May 18, 2019 at 7:37am PDT

    Pumping sucks. LITERALLY AND FIGURATIVELY. Even celebrities can’t get out of it.

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    Milf alert 1 o’clock

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on May 12, 2019 at 6:30pm PDT

    I don’t know about you but I could look at Amy Schumer’s post-birth pics until my eyeballs fell out. She’s doing real work by showing what things really look like, and not what celebrities are kidding themselves (and us, by default) that they look like.

    Thank you for your service, Amy Schumer. And keep on keepin’ on in those hospital panties. They’re worth it.

    Amy Schumer fans divided over hiking pic in hospital underwear, bra and no pants

    The internet is divided over Amy Schumer‘s latest postpartum photo.

    The new mom shared a picture of herself over the weekend hiking with her newborn, Gene, while wearing only a bra, mesh hospital underwear and sneakers. She didn’t have on pants or a top.

    “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” she wrote, marking how long it’s been since she and husband, Chris Fisher, welcomed their son.

    Schumer, 38, also shared a photo of herself snuggling with Gene wearing a striped, quarter-sleeve shirt and hospital underwear.

    Some followers in the comments praised the actress for being so candid, including model Tess Holliday. She wrote, “Thanks for being so raw and vulnerable about the realities of post partum life. There is so much pressure placed on new moms to ‘bounce back’ & it’s not real life. You’re doing amazing & you’re amazing & those hospital undies are COMFYYYYY.”

    La La Anthony added, “Amy the legend!!!!!”

    Others criticized Schumer, asking her to “put some decent clothes on and grow up.”

    One person wrote, “I’m sorry but I think your taking this whole ‘natural’ thing to an extreme… brush your hair and put some decent clothing on.. child birth is a great thing but you don’t have to let yourself go in return.”

    Schumer was also picked apart when she did standup just two weeks after giving birth. She responded with a photo of her pumping breast milk and said, “Sending out love to the moms shaming me for doing standup last night!”

    The ‘Inside Amy Schumer’ Sorry Skit Is A Painfully Accurate Display Of Women Being Conditioned To Apologize

    I’m sorry. You’re probably busy doing something super important, and I’m sorry to waste your time, but damn Amy Schumer is on fire this season. The “sorry” skit on Inside Amy Schumer got really deep, even though it involved a woman dying from a hot cup of coffee, because that’s just how genius Schumer’s brain works. During the skit, women apologizing was the name of the game, and it was a spot on display of how women are essentially conditioned to apologize for things they have no business apologizing for. And it was 100 percent accurate.

    The skit took place at a Females in Innovation conference, which is awesome, feminist, and so powerful. Schumer plays a scientist who has mastered something so intellectually advanced, I don’t even know if I could spell the words correctly (neuroprotective peptides). Right off the bat, a theme arises as the moderator of the conference, a man, consistently mispronounces the panel women’s names and career fields. Each time this happens, the women on the panel weakly apologize into the microphone for his mistakes. They even apologize for clearing their throats when going to speak. And I’m not talking about a “I’ve got to make some really offensive noises for the next eight minutes as I get a popcorn kernel out of the back of my throat” noises, I’m talking about a little, itty-bitty clear of the throat. Dainty, if you will.

    When one woman asks for water, and a stagehand brings her a soda, she apologizes for being allergic to caffeine and asks for water (and that point, he brings a coffee). Schumer’s character, who works with peptides, is asked if she works with Pepcid for stomach issues (uh, hi, huge difference). When the man in the audience is disappointed that Schumer can’t help him, she offers to leave the panel, go out and buy him something for his stomach, and even throws out an open invitation to buy the other women things. Girlfriend kicks ass in neuroprotective peptides, she’s got nothing to be apologizing for.

    The pièce de résistance of the skit was when one woman had scalding coffee poured all over her, lost her limbs, and died on the stage at the conference. This wasn’t the big “ta-da” because it was violent and bloody, but because her final words were: “It’s all my fault.” (Spoiler: The stagehand, who clearly doesn’t know what caffeine is, was the person who dropped the coffee on her. He did not apologize for killing her.)

    Schumer is just reiterating what we already know, but let’s say it again: Ladies, we’ve got nothing to apologize for when we’re kicking ass and taking names. Own your awesomeness and never apologize for it.

    Image: Justin Stephens/Comedy Central

    Amy Schumer Jokes She’s ‘Sorry’ for Hospital-Underwear Photos — and Shows Off C-Section Scar

    Amy Schumer is not apologizing for her body after baby — but she’s having fun with the unsolicited comments about it in the meantime.

    Five weeks after giving birth to her first child, son Gene Attell, the actress and comedian shared two photographs of herself this past weekend that showcased the star spending time with her newborn on two separate occasions while wearing her stretchy white “hospital underwear.”

    And on Wednesday, Schumer, 38, addressed critics on Instagram by sharing another pair of snapshots that showed her walking outdoors wearing all black — the second in which she had her shirt pulled up, showing off her cesarean-section scar as she stuck out her tongue and flashed a peace sign to the camera.

    “I’m really sorry if I offended anyone with my hospital underwear. Except I’m just kidding. #csection #balmain,” she captioned the clapback post.

    Atop the same images on her Instagram Story, the I Feel Pretty star wrote, “I want to apologize to anyone I offended with my hospital underwear post … Major apologies from me and my C!”

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    Poking fun at her glamorous choice of post-pregnancy attire, Schumer shared the original photos on Saturday that showed the mother-son pair bonding as she was dressed down without pants.

    In one snapshot, the duo appeared to take a nap on the couch together, while in another, Schumer took Gene on a walk, pushing her baby boy around in a stroller while wearing the underwear bottoms with a black bra and sneakers.

    “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” she captioned the images.

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    This is hardly the first time Schumer has been at the receiving end of mom-shaming comments since welcoming her son with husband Chris Fischer on May 5.

    After she returned to the stage for the first time two weeks after giving birth, she faced backlash from fans who believed it “too soon” for her to be heading back to work.

    Taking the high road, the Growing comedian went on to address her critics by “sending out love.”

    “Sending out love to the moms shaming me for doing standup last night!” she wrote alongside a post that featured the star sitting in bed in her underwear, wearing a pumping bra.

    Amy Schumer is a big fan of postpartum underwear and we totally get it

    I have a few photos like this.

    With new parenthood comes the inevitably disposable underwear. It’s not something that they give you a heads up about in your ante-natal classes but it happens to us all.

    There are several photos of me as a new mum lying on the sofa with the baby on top of me, mesh undies popping out from my PJ bottoms, basically on full display.

    Amy Schumer, of course, took it to the next level by strutting down the street, mesh panties on full display.

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    5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on Jun 8, 2019 at 11:24am PDT

    Schumer can be seen with new baby son Gene rocking the mesh undies in a way we only wish we could.

    Well, that is when it comes to walking down the street, we’ve definitely all rocked them cuddled up to our babies.

    The actress captioned the photo with;

    “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!”

    To be honest, if I could get away with wearing them every day I would because they are mega comfy.

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    Amy Schumer Raves About Postpartum Hospital Underwear While Cuddling Son Gene

    Amy Schumer gave birth to her son Gene five weeks ago and, it seems, she’s still wearing a memento from her time in the hospital.

    On Saturday, Schumer shared two photos on Instagram of herself with her baby and, in both, she’s sporting disposable mesh underwear. In the first photo, she’s walking Gene in a stroller while wearing just underwear, a black bra and sneakers. In the second, she’s cuddling her newborn while wearing a striped top and the underwear.

    “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” she hilariously captioned the shots.

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    5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on Jun 8, 2019 at 11:24am PDT

    Many of Schumer’s followers responded with their own praise for the popular hospital mesh underwear. “Those hospital undies are COMFYYYYY,” wrote model Tess Holliday. “I was more of a diaper gal myself, but the hospital underwear was glorious too,” said comedian Colleen Ballinger. “Love them,” chimed in model Christy Turlington.

    In case you’re not familiar with it, postpartum mesh underwear is specifically made for new moms and given out freely to postpartum women in hospitals. This underwear is disposable, stretchy, high-waisted and soft. It’s designed to hold a big maxi pad — which you’ll likely need, since you can experience postpartum bleeding for up to six weeks after giving birth. And, as plenty of women pointed out in the comments of Schumer’s post, the underwear is incredibly comfortable.

    Comedian Ali Wong paid tribute to hospital underwear in her stand-up special Hard Knock Wife, comparing it to the “material that they package those fancy Korean pears in.” (Asian pears come with cushioned netting to protect them.) Chrissy Teigen even referenced the joke after she had her son Miles in 2018, sharing a snap of herself in the underwear while holding an Asian pear. “Asian pear underwear,” she wrote.

    While hospital mesh underwear is amazing, it can be tricky to stretch it out for five weeks as Schumer did, even if you happen to stash some in your bag before you’re discharged. As a result, you might want to invest in postpartum underwear; these styles are cut more generously to help you ride things out for the first few weeks.

    If you decide to buy a few pairs, you may want to order a larger size than usual to accommodate your postpartum body and have room for pads. Breathable fabrics like cotton or microfiber are a good choice for sensitive postpartum skin, and if you’ve had a C-section, you may want a silicone panel (to soothe C-section scars) or a pocket for an ice pack.

    If, like Schumer, you love the mesh hospital underwear and want to keep that experience going, the good news is that Amazon sells seamless mesh knit underwear that’s incredibly similar to the ones they give out in hospitals: Brief Transitions Postpartum Disposable Underwear ($18; amazon.com) is sold in a pack of five, so you’ll have a few pairs on hand for those early postpartum days.

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    Amy Schumer took to Instagram, again, to share the realities of life as a new mom. Alongside a photo of herself walking her son Gene in a stroller while donning a bra and underwear, she wrote, “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” Since giving birth in May, Schumer has continuously turned to social media to post photos of herself breast-pumping and “keeping it real.”

    Leave it to Amy Schumer to always stay honest about the trials of motherhood.

    Schumer, who gave birth to son Gene Attell on May 5-her first child with husband Chris Fischer-has shown time and time again that she’s not afraid to share details about her new reality. That means everything from opening up about overcoming her battle with hyperemesis to sharing a snap on Instagram of herself breast-pumping.

    And in her latest candid post, the comedian offered more down-to-earth insight. “5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!” she captioned a photo of her walking her son in a stroller, as she donned a bra and hospital undergarments. And if you swipe left on the photo? You see another adorable snap of Schumer cuddled up with baby Gene, still in the aforementioned hospital undies.

    As with many of her Insta peeks into motherhood, celebrities flooded her comments section with words of praise, solidarity, and flat out amusement.

    “Thanks for being so raw and vulnerable about the realities of post partum life,” said model Tess Holliday. “There is so much pressure placed on new moms to “bounce back” & it’s not real life. You’re doing amazing & you’re amazing & those hospital undies are COMFYYYYY💕💕💕”

    View this post on Instagram

    5 weeks. Hospital underwear for life!

    A post shared by @ amyschumer on Jun 8, 2019 at 11:24am PDT

    YouTube comedian Colleen Ballinger (a.k.a. Miranda Sings) shed light on her own experience. “I was more of a diaper gal myself. but the hospital underwear was glorious too,” Ballinger said.

    Kristen Bell and Snooki-who recently gave birth to her third child-both used caps lock to show their enthusiasm. “DEAD,” said Snooki, while Bell chimed in with a “YESSSSS.”

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    And Zoe Saldana? “@amyschumer you look so beautiful!!!!”

    Not only do we love all of the support Schumer is getting, but we’ll never get tired of her unending effort to show the not-so-glam side of postpartum life.

    For more ways to live your best life plus all things Oprah, sign up for ournewsletter

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