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This Is What Amy Schumer Loves Most About Married Life

The comedian reflected on her first few months with Chris Fischer.

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Amy Schumer may have surprised her friends and fans when she tied the knot in February, but she and her new husband, chef Chris Fischer, have quickly established themselves as quite the power couple. Four months after exchanging vows, the comedian opened up about her favorite parts of married life, which (unsurprisingly!) involve laughter.

 

"We don't complete each other, we complement and support each other," Schumer told Catt Sadler's website, The Cattwalk. "He makes me laugh and feel supported and has his own life going on. I love that weirdo." She also hinted that she and Fischer "may want babies" in the future, but that they're content as a family of two for right now.

 

Related: Here's Everything We Know About Amy Schumer's Spontaneous Wedding

 

In addition to explaining all the reasons why Fischer is a "great partner," she also opened up about feeling more confident and comfortable in her body post-marriage. "I stopped focusing on it," the I Feel Pretty actress SAID. "I rarely think about how I look anymore. Honestly, it's so freeing and you get a lot more done and are a lot happier. You need to do the work to actually love the person you are. Also, we are all gonna die, don't sweat the little dumb stuff. None of it matters."

 

Schumer and Fischer were married in an impromptu oceanside ceremony in February 2018. Everything about their nuptials—beyond their decision to commit to each other—was prepared quickly, from their vows (Schumer wrote hers in 20 minutes!) to their invitations (they were sent out via text just days before the event). Following the intimate celebration, the couple jetted off to Italy for their honeymoon.