Amy Schumer has been having a fun time on Instagram lately, likening her growing baby bump to that of the Duchess of Sussex – who revealed her pregnancy just a few days before the comedienne! And last night was no different. Amy took to her social media to share a photo of Meghan in her Givenchy gown with the most hilarious caption ever.
Royal watchers would recognize the photo anywhere. After Duchess Meghan surprised the world with an appearance at The Fashion Awards in London on Monday (Dec. 10), her stunning one-shoulder velvet gown, stacked gold bracelets and deep plum nails were posted everywhere. The I Feel Pretty leading lady was hoping to pass it off as her own in the side-splitting post, captioning the headless photo: “Loved my outfit during my set tonight!”
This was just one photo in a string of hilarious pregnancy updates! Before she even officially announced her pregnancy, the 37-year-old actress shared an imagine with her husband, chef Chris Fischer, on Instagram … but something was a little off. It was, in fact, a photo of Prince Harry and Meghan at Fraser Island while on royal tour, only with the Hollywood couple’s heads photoshopped onto the Sussexes’ bodies!
While the star is eager to welcome her first baby, Amy is also gearing up to release her first-ever clothing line with stylist Leesa Evans. And the best part? It’s size inclusive! The collection, called Le Cloud, is a 23-piece range inspired by sweatpants and poised to be the comfiest celebrity collaboration yet! It includes tops, skirts, dresses, pants and jackets in neutral shades and made of ultra-comfy scuba and crepe materials.
“It’s not supposed to be maternity,” Amy said of the line, which doesn’t have any designs specifically catered to pregnant women. But that doesn’t mean they can’t wear Le Cloud, she added. “A lot of the cuts of the clothing really allow for those big belly days. And if you’re a curvy girl like me, it’s all about the proportions. A lot of hugging in just a little below the bra line. I can still wear a lot of it even though it wasn’t designed to be a maternity line,”
The best part is that 30 per cent of proceeds go straight to the Style Fund, an “initiative aimed at the cultivation of confidence and overall well-being through fashion,” their website reads. So all jokes aside, we’re willing to bet this is a clothing line Meghan could get behind!