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Amy Schumer gets kiss from husband Chris Fischer at 41st birthday party


Amy Schumer is 41! The star receives a kiss from husband Chris Fischer during birthday celebration held at the TWA hotel as they rollerskate and dance with friends

Amy Schumer and her husband of four years, Chris Fischer, still have that newlywed vibe.

The blonde beauty received a sweet kiss from the chef at her 41st birthday held at the TWA Hotel at the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York over the weekend.

‘Had the best 2nd 40Th birthday ever at the @twahotel thanks for the pics @spitzmelissa,’ wrote the Trainwreck star in her caption.

It's true love: Amy Schumer and her husband of four years, Chris Fischer, still have that newlywed vibe. The blonde beauty received a sweet kiss from the chef at her 41st birthday

It’s true love: Amy Schumer and her husband of four years, Chris Fischer, still have that newlywed vibe. The blonde beauty received a sweet kiss from the chef at her 41st birthday

Airport time: The party was held at the TWA Hotel at the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York over the weekend

Airport time: The party was held at the TWA Hotel at the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York over the weekend

Amy stood out in a cute red mini dress with white piping and buttons that accentuated her post-baby curves. She added black lace-free sneakers with a thick white sole.

Her flaxen hair was worn partially up and she glowed with dewy bronze makeup.

Also with Schumer were several of her girlfriends as they enjoyed lunch and went roller skating.

This party comes weeks after Amy said she used to be afraid of being famous.

On flight: 'Had the best 2nd 40Th birthday ever at the @twahotel thanks for the pics @spitzmelissa,' wrote the Trainwreck star in her caption

On flight: ‘Had the best 2nd 40Th birthday ever at the @twahotel thanks for the pics @spitzmelissa,’ wrote the Trainwreck star in her caption

The movie star has confessed that fame lost its appeal for her after she witnessed the struggles of celebrities like Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.

Speaking about the pressures of fame, Amy said: ‘I was part of the generation that witnessed Britney Spears and Paris Hilton just get devoured in this really savage, cruel way. So the idea of becoming a famous person was not appealing at all, and was really scary.’

The Hollywood star made a conscious effort to take her image in a very different direction.

Standing out: Amy stood out in a cute red mini dress with white piping and buttons that accentuated her post-baby curves

Standing out: Amy stood out in a cute red mini dress with white piping and buttons that accentuated her post-baby curves

With pals: Here she is seen with two of her friends in the roller skating ring

With pals: Here she is seen with two of her friends in the roller skating ring

She shared: ‘I think in order to feel like I had some control over it was to just go really hard the other way. I’m not going to try to always try to look – not that I’m famous for my looks – but I’m going to still wear sweatpants all day, and just do what I normally do. I’m just trying to pretend it’s not there.’

Amy also struggled with the idea of ‘curating’ her identity at the start of her career.

On NPR’s ‘Bullseye’ podcast, she revealed: ‘I wasn’t really aware of the bigger picture of curating my identity as a famous person at the time. 

So many friends: Amy matched the red carpet as she posed with her husband and pals

So many friends: Amy matched the red carpet as she posed with her husband and pals

Glam look: Her hair was worn partially up and she glowed with dewy makeup

Glam look: Her hair was worn partially up and she glowed with dewy makeup

Pranks: One of her pals laid on the ground as Amy did her best Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever complete with overbite

Pranks: One of her pals laid on the ground as Amy did her best Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever complete with overbite

‘But I was aware of the huge disparity between who I am in real life and who I was onstage.’

Amy believes she eventually ‘morphed into a character’ in a bid to find her own space in the entertainment industry.

The Trainwreck star explained: ‘I think when anyone starts you’re just doing an impersonation of what you think a comic is. But it was definitely a character. It morphed into a character.’

Cool friend: Amy put her arm around a male pal as they enjoyed beverages

Cool friend: Amy put her arm around a male pal as they enjoyed beverages

Her husband skates too: Chris looked uncomfortable in his red skates next to Amy

Her husband skates too: Chris looked uncomfortable in his red skates next to Amy

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