Amy Schumer Posts a Follow-Up Hilaria Baldwin Family Photo After Body-Shaming Controversy
After Amy Schumer apologized for an Instagram post with a photo of Hilaria Baldwin earlier this week, she posted a hilarious makeover on Thursday.
The comedian posted a photo of the Baldwin family on her Instagram, pretending the picture was actually of herself, husband Chris Fischer, and their 19-month-old son Gene David.
The photo shows Hilaria and husband Alec Baldwin trying to bring their children - Romeo Alejandro David (2), Leonardo Ángel Charles (4), Rafael (5), Carmen Gabriela (7) and their newborn son Eduardo "Edu" Pao Lucas - To bring about pose for the family shot.
"Chris and I had a wonderful day with the kids," Schumer teased in the caption.
Many of Schumer's followers found her post funny, including Alec's 25-year-old daughter Ireland, whom he shares with ex-wife Kim Basinger.
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"Why did I comment on this like this was Hilaria's report !! 'Lol miss you guys !!'" she teased.
Broad City star Ilana Glazer also replied: "lol amy !!! ???"
The comedian's post comes a few days after she received a backlash after jokingly shared another snap of Hilaria on her Instagram and passed the photo on as her own.
Mom Brain's 36-year-old podcast co-host shared a snapshot of herself holding baby boy Edu while posing in underwear on Instagram. Hilaria joked in the headline that she "can't stop smelling this baby".
Schumer later reposted the photo of Hilaria and Edu on their Instagram feed, joking in the headline: "Gene and I wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Enjoy with all of the family members who speak to you this year."
The 39-year-old Trainwreck star has since deleted the post from her page.
On Tuesday, Hilaria posted a video statement on Instagram about Schumer's repost and the negative notes that went into the comment section criticizing Hilaria's appearance after the baby.
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In the clip, Baldwin stated that she appreciates jokes and loves making fun of me but "cares" when she said that it "seemed to get out of hand ... into a place of body shame too." come. ""
"Does it hurt my feelings when some people out there I don't even know criticize why I could post a photo? If I looked different, would I have posted this photo? I really hope so," she said. "Because I love looking at photos, supporting our bodies, our temple we live in around the clock - I love it. No matter what you look like, I love it. When you honor yourself and celebrate yourself, me. I love it." love it. "
Baldwin went on to say that "body inclusivity" should apply to all shapes and sizes.
"There's such a thing as 'Oh, mothers don't look like that' - some mothers do. This mother does. And I'm included in the inclusivity. ... This is what I look like, you know? I come from smaller people I've been a fitness person all my life, and there we go. Period, end of story. I don't have to apologize, just as there is no need for anyone else to apologize for what they're doing and their life story . That's it. "
"Body inclusivity, that means everyone. Any shape, size - anything," Baldwin said, later adding, "In 2020 we had so much negativity last year. Stop it. We're better together. ... Let's be one a little friendlier. "
Schumer commented on the video: "I'm sorry!"
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