Amy Schumer gives newlyweds an extra dose of ‘good luck’ as she joyfully crashes their Brooklyn wedding photos
Amy Schumer gave a young Brooklyn couple an extra dose of ‘good luck’ over the weekend when they crashed their wedding photos.
The 41-year-old comedian — who recently looked lovely in a flowing floral dress — was wearing green leggings and an orange “1973” jacket when she approached the newlyweds during a photo shoot.
Sitting next to them on a bench, Schumer flashed a smile and gave the couple a very special memory of the start of their union.
The lucky couple posted their photo to Instagram and gave Inside star Amy Schumer a grateful shout out in the caption.
It must be good luck when @amyschumer disrupts your wedding. She just walked up to us and asked to be in some pictures. I love her more now #amyschumer # 1973.
The ultimate photo bomber: Amy Schumer, 41, gave a young Brooklyn couple an extra dose of “good luck” over the weekend when they crashed their wedding photos; Seen March 2022
Their good luck charm: The comedian was wearing green leggings and an orange blazer when she approached the newlyweds during a photo shoot. Sitting next to them on a bench, Schumer flashed a smile and gave the pair a very special memory of the start of their union
Amy went on to share the couple’s post to her Instagram Story, adding some humorous skull emojis.
Since 2018, Schumer has been married to chef and farmer Chris Fisher, 42, with whom she shares one child, a three-year-old son named Gene.
Amy has been open about her husband’s autism diagnosis later in life, describing him as “getting super strong.”
During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last year, Schumer joked that “all his behavior is kind of excused now.”
“If someone is telling a long, boring story, they will go straight away.” He’ll wander away, and you’re still stuck there.
The Live & Beth star went on to say, “People don’t know much about autism. They’re like, ‘Oh, does he like counting?'” Should we drop a bunch of straws on the ground and he’ll count them?”
Describing the silver lining of her husband’s diagnosis, Amy told DeGeneres, “He really gave us a lot of useful tools.”
“I think it’s good for people to check it out and test it so you don’t spend your whole life feeling like you’re bad or wrong… My favorite people are on spectrum.”
Married Schumer: Since 2018, Schumer has been married to chef and farmer Chris Fisher, 42, with whom they share one child, a three-year-old son named Gene.
Her superhero: Amy was open about her husband’s autism diagnosis later in life, describing him as having “a superpower”; Seen in the year 2023
Candid candid: “You weren’t just diagnosed and then kicked out,” Amy told Seth Meyers in 2019. “The tools we got made his life so much better and our marriage and our lives so much more manageable.”
During her 2019 appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Schumer combated the “stigma” surrounding autism by speaking about the ways her husband’s diagnosis had positively impacted their marriage.
“You didn’t just get diagnosed and then they fired you,” she told Myers. The tools we got made his life so much better and our marriage and our lives so much more manageable. So I just wanted to encourage people not to be afraid of this stigma.
In October, the star opened up to the people about being away from their son Gene to work while promoting the new season of Inside Amy Schumer.
“I just want to be with him as much as I can,” she explained to the outlet during the New York City premiere of her sketch comedy series. I am so grateful to be able to work and have time for myself too. But it is brutal. This painful. I mean, there is no way. It hurts.