"Sending strength to all of the women marching today!" mom-to-be Amy Schumer captioned an ultrasound photo of her baby seemingly pumping a fist in the air

By Jen Juneau
January 21, 2019 01:02 PM
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Amy Schumer (and her unborn baby!) are marching in spirit.

The pregnant comedian and I Feel Pretty actress, 37, shared an ultrasound photo to Instagram Saturday in honor of the third annual Women’s March.

While not giving too detailed of a picture, the image did clearly show her baby-to-be with an arm lifted in the air — perhaps giving a fist pump in support of the event?

Schumer certainly thought so, as she captioned the cute snap, “Sending strength to all of the women marching today!! We won’t stop cause we can’t stop! Even my baby knows it.”

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The 2019 Women’s March was held in numerous cities across the globe on Saturday, and many celebrities joined women across the country to protest against the policies of President Donald Trump.

In New York City, Bryan Cranston appeared on a balcony on Broadway, where he is currently starring in Network, to cheer on the crowd and show his support.

“The Women’s March from my balcony at the Belasco Theater in New York!” Cranston, 62, wrote on Instagram, alongside a video of the “exciting” day. “Exciting to witness and support these powerful women of all ages, colors and creeds. Change is coming!”

In Los Angeles, a handful of famous faces came out to support the march, including Connie Britton, Evan Rachel Wood, Laverne Cox, Lea Thompson, Adam Rippon and Ingrid Michaelson.

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Not one to shy away from speaking out about important issues, Schumer was famously detained in October alongside Emily Ratajkowski while the pair were protesting Brett Kavanaugh‘s confirmation in Washington, D.C.

“You want to be arrested?” a police officer asked her and another woman as he pointed toward the larger group surrounded by police officers.

“Yes,” Schumer said while wearing a green button-down shirt that read “This Today then #ERA.”