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Amy Schumer, pregnant with her first child, is pictured with husband Chris Fischer at the Minetta Lane Theatre on Jan. 22, 2019 in New York City.  Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Red State Blue State

Amy Schumer is all about discussing her pregnancy in her new Netflix special “Amy Schumer Growing.” After the streaming special releases her latest comedy venture on March 19, fans will likely be questioning when she is due to welcome her first baby with husband Chris Fischer. Here is what we know so far.

Schumer made the announcement she was pregnant via Instagram in October. When asked when she was due during a “Today” show interview two months later, Schumer avoided the question, only revealing she is “trying to time” her due date alongside that of pregnant Duchess Meghan Markle, who is due in the spring.

“Whenever she starts labor I’m going to induce,” she quipped. Schumer went on to say that people would comment she looked days away from giving birth when in reality, she had “five” or “four” months to go.

Schumer revealed on Instagram in February that she was in her third trimester of pregnancy, meaning her fans should expect a spring announcement from the “I Feel Pretty” star.

The comedian hasn’t had the easiest pregnancy. Last month she announced she would be canceling the remaining stops on her tour due to hyperemesis gravidarum — an acute form of morning sickness. Schumer told fans she was “not cleared to fly” and was “still nauseous all the time and vomiting.”

“If you had a good pregnancy like if you’re someone who enjoyed being pregnant, I just hope your car flips over,” Schumer says in the “Growing” trailer. “That’s what I wish for you.”

“Amy Schumer Growing” premieres Tuesday on Netflix.