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Amy Schumer caught on Mets game Kiss Cam with dad and boyfriend Ben Hanisch

Amy Schumer, second from left, shared this photo

Amy Schumer, second from left, shared this photo on Instagram on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, writing, "Let's go @mets thank you jerry and @jessseinfeld #dreamday." Pictured from left are Schumer's boyfriend ben Hanisch; Schumer; Jerry Seinfeld; Schumer's father, Gordon Schumer; Jonah Hill; Seinfeld's wife, Jessica; and Matthew Broderick. Photo Credit: Amy Schumer via Instagram

Rockville Centre-raised Amy Schumer and her beau Ben Hanisch not only took in a historic Mets game on Sunday but also smooched on the Kiss Cam.

“I have always wanted to be on the kiss cam! My dad and my man!! #letsgomets,” the comedy star, 35, wrote on Instagram alongside a video of her sudden delight at seeing her, Hanisch and father Gordon Schumer on the jumbo screen at CitiField in Flushing. She then gives her dad a kiss on the cheek and turns to Hanisch for a short but possibly comically exaggerated make-out session.

In an earlier Instagram missive, she posted a group photo of herself, Hanisch, her dad, her friend and fellow Long Island comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his wife Jessica, and actors Jonah Hill and Matthew Broderick. “Let’s go @mets thank you jerry and @jessseinfeld #dreamday,” Schumer wrote.

The Mets themselves got into the act, tweeting a photo of Schumer at the game, wearing a team cap and having a beer. “Hi, @amyschumer! #LGM,” the club wrote, using the abbreviation for “Let’s go, Mets!”

Schumer was among a crowd of 35,093 at the regular season’s final home game, as the Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 17-0 for the biggest shutout in Mets history. Another team record was set with four batters hit by pitches

The “Trainwreck” and Emmy-winning “Inside Amy Schumer” star revealed her relationship with Hanisch, founder of the Chicago custom-furniture company The Last Workshop, in a pair of tweets on Jan. 5.

Meanwhile, on Friday, Schumer, Jeff Ross, Rachel Feinstein and Andy Kindler headlined a fundraiser in Washington, D.C., for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Minnesota senator and former “Saturday Night Live” writer-performer Al Franken was emcee of the event that drew more than 500 Clinton supporters, according to Politico.com. Afterward, Schumer performed a scheduled solo show at the capital’s Verizon Center.

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