Nearly dual weeks after her warn wedding, Amy Schumer is unequivocally amatory married life.
“It feels f—— good,” a singer and comedienne, 36, said Monday on a SiriusXM show You Up with Nikki Glaser.
While being referred to as a “wife” still feels like a “novelty,” Schumer pronounced she can’t get adequate of a new moniker. “I only have been unequivocally overusing it to a grade that’s insane. Like, when it’s totally uncalled for,” she joked.
The Trainwreck star also pronounced she’s happy she and her new husband, cook Chris Fischer, married early in their relationship. “Part of a thing that’s good about us removing married so fast is that we’re so in love,” she explained. “Every lady we know, if they get due to they’re like, ‘Oh now? Now that we can’t have kids!’ ”
Still, Schumer certified there are a few things she’ll skip about singular life — like a kind of late-night texts Glaser named her podcast after. “I don’t ever consider I’ll get a content like that again,” Schumer said. “You know what we mean? And that done me unequivocally happy, though also unequivocally sad.”
Schumer and Fischer tied a tangle in a private ceremony in Malibu a day before Valentine’s Day. The duo exchanged vows in front of about 80 people, including Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence, Larry David and David Spade.
The proclamation came only days after a duo made their attribute social-media central with a kissing print on Instagram.
The singer non-stop adult about a marriage to Glaser, joking that her fast created vowls “sucked,” and that Fischer’s “blew [her] out of a H2O so hard.”