The comedian joked about her love-hate relationship with the Duchess of Sussex, dubbing the former actress her “nemesis” because both of them are pregnant at the same time.
“So say someone like, I don’t know, my nemesis Meghan Markle,” Schumer said in an InStyle video titled, “Amy Schumer’s Advice on How to Not Give A S—.”
“Why is she my nemesis? Because she’s pregnant at the same time as me and I’m not letting her get away with that,” she added.
The “I Feel Pretty” star dubbed the pregnant duchess her nemesis while giving her second tip that “everyone is a narcissist.” Schumer pointed to the example of feeling competitive with Markle.
“So maybe I’m feeling competitive, like, ‘Oh, Meghan looks better than me and she has a tiny small bump and she’s wearing high heels and I already look 10 months pregnant and I’ve been wearing flats for the last four years,’” Schumer said.
She then added that she goes on to remember this advice: “No one really cares about me, because they really only care about themselves.”
Schumer announced in October she was pregnant with her first child with husband Chris Fischer.
It appears that after last year’s drama, the family felt they no longer had it in them to coordinate a card that would top the masterpiece from last year. “I have to say, in thanks to last year’s Christmas card, that really did just f–k us over,” Kim explains to E! News. “That was so dramatic.”
Fans of Keeping Up With the Kardashians will recall that it was the holiday photo-shoot that lead to the fight where Kim called Kourtney Kardashian the “least interesting to look at.” So, it’s safe to say that cancelling this year’s holiday greeting was probably for the best.
Then, there is also the matter of bringing together every member of the Kardashian family, which is no easy feat considering their demanding schedules. Kim put it this way: “Kris Jenner has given up. She just is like, ‘I don’t have the energy to wrangle all my kids anymore, and their kids’.”
“Honestly, I’m in a really good kind of healing place right now,” the singer, 26, said during an On Air with Ryan Seacrest interview Tuesday, adding she “definitely learned a lot.”
“For me, I had a choice of post-traumatic stress or post-traumatic growth,” she said. “I think I always, you feel like you don’t have control, especially when something happens that’s a natural disaster because there is no beating nature; it is really what it is. To be able to go into yourself and to find that growth and say, ‘What am I gonna do about this?’ and being able to be an active member of my community — not as a celebrity figure but just as a neighbor — has just been really a big growing experience.”