Amy Schumer shows off her slimmed down physique in a black swimsuit as she soaks up the sun in St Barts – after candid liposuction confession
Amy Schumer soaked up the sun during a lavish getaway to St. Barts with her husband Chris Fischer on Sunday.
The comedienne, 41, who revealed her weight loss following liposuction earlier this year, showed off her slimmed down figure in a black swimsuit.
She covered-up in a rainbow gown, while accessorising with a straw hat and stylish sunglasses during the festive holiday.
Fun in the sun: Amy Schumer soaked up the sun during a lavish getaway to St. Barts with her husband Chris Fischer on Sunday
Amy appeared to go makeup free during the beach outing as she strolled down the sand with a small shovel.
It has been nearly a year since Amy revealed she had undergone liposuction surgery and unveiled the results with a swimsuit snap. ‘170 pounds,’ she wrote in bold font along the photo.
In a separate post containing the exact same bathing suit photos, Amy reflected on her health journey and thanked all those who helped her along the way.
Looking good: The comedienne, 41, who revealed her weight loss following liposuction earlier this year, showed off her slimmed down figure in a black swimsuit
‘I feel good. Finally. It’s been a journey thanks for helping me get my strength back @seckinmd (endo) @jordanternermd (lipo) never thought i would do anything but talk to me after your uterus doesn’t contract for 2.5 years and you turn 40. @paulvincent22 vickie Lee (acupuncture) my girl Nicole from the tox my friends and fam. Let’s go!’ she captioned a bathing suit snap of herself.
Amy, who shares three-year-old son Gene with Chris, has long been vocal about her battle with endometriosis – a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
The condition can cause considerable pain for sufferers and have an impact on fertility.
Weight-loss: It has been nearly a year since Amy revealed she had undergone liposuction surgery and unveiled the results with a swimsuit snap. ‘170 pounds,’ she wrote in bold font along the photo
Last year she revealed she underwent a hysterectomy and appendectomy in order to treat the condition.
While one treatment for endometriosis is surgically removing the uterus, the treatment is controversial as a hysterectomy leaves you unable to get pregnant and it’s not always a cure — the condition and related pain can return.
In a recent interview on the Paramount+ series The Checkup With Dr. David Agus, Amy described the irregular bouts of pain associated with the condition as a ‘lonely’ battle she had waged for years.
But even after years of discomfort, she said she felt like a ‘new person’ after she had her uterus and appendix removed.
Schumer said she had to contend with people thinking she was just being ‘dramatic’ because her pain didn’t have any visible source.
‘My pain is real. You’re pain is real,’ the actress said in a throwback clip to a social media video. ‘We have to advocate for ourselves, we have to speak up, and — you know what — I’m worried this video is annoying. But I don’t care, because I hope it helps one woman go and find out why she’s in so much pain.’
Family: The comedian shares two-year-old son Gene with her husband, Chris Fischer