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Emily Ratajkowski Is ‘Fully Embracing’ Motherhood After Son’s Birth

Model mama! Emily Ratajkowski adores being a mother to her newborn son, Sylvester, a source revealed exclusively to Us Weekly.

“She’s fully embracing motherhood and is enjoying every precious moment with her baby boy,” the insider noted on Monday, April 5.

The model, 29, and her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, welcomed their son on March 8. The couple wed in February 2018 in a surprise ceremony at a New York courthouse.

Emily Ratajkowski Is Fully Embracing Motherhood 3 Weeks After Sons Birth
Emily Ratajkowski with her son Sylvester. Courtesy Emily Ratajkowski/Instagram

“Sylvester Apollo Bear has joined us earth side,” the Gone Girl actress wrote alongside their baby boy’s March 11 Instagram debut. “Sly arrived 3/8/21 on the most surreal, beautiful and love-filled morning of my life.”

The iCarly alum announced her pregnancy in October 2020 with a digital Vogue cover. She also shared a video that showcased her bump.

“I dreamed of you for the first time the other night,”

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Amy Schumer wanted ‘Expecting Amy’ to be ‘real as hell,’ recalls ‘parenting fail’ of son’s name

Amy Schumer didn’t know what to expect when she was expecting.

“I didn’t know that you got so sick for so much of your pregnancy. Is that stupid I didn’t know that?” the comedian, who was vomiting blood at 14 weeks pregnant, asks in her three-part documentary “Expecting Amy” streaming now on HBO Max. Schumer, at the time, had not yet been diagnosed with hyperemesis gravidarum, which causes severe nausea and vomiting. Her sickness forced her to cancel part of her comedy tour in late February 2019. Gene, her son with husband, chef and cooking show co-host Chris Fischer, arrived a couple months later in May.

For her new project, Schumer, 39, tells USA TODAY she handed over “hundreds of hours of footage” to “Expecting Amy” director and editor Alexander Hammer, an editor on Beyoncé’s Coachella concert film “Homecoming.”

Schumer says she filmed the documentary on “our own

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