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Amy Schumer marries chef boyfriend Chris Fischer after only a few months of dating

Congratulations are in order

Ilana Kaplan
New York
Thursday 15 February 2018 19:20 GMT
Credit: Getty
Credit: Getty (Getty)

Amy Schumer has confirmed she's married her chef boyfriend Chris Fischer.

The comedian-actress posted photos via Instagram to confirm the news simply saying "Yup" in a wedding dress.

Photos included Schumer in a white spaghetti-strap dress exchanging vows with Fischer, posing with friend and actress Jennifer Lawrence and greeting two dogs down the aisle at her ceremony.

It had been reported earlier that she and her new husband married on Tuesday in Malibu in a secret ceremony.

Soon after posting her initial wedding photos, she also posted an image stating she wasn't pregnant and that she didn't want wedding gifts, only donations to Everytown for Gun Violence.

On February 11, Schumer shared the first photo of she and Fischer at Ellen DeGeneres' 60th birthday party.

Alongside sharing the smooch, Schumer wrote, "Happy Birthday @theellenshow thank you for having us!"

The I Feel Pretty star was first seen at a restaurant with Fischer in November, just six months after she split from her boyfriend of a year and a half Ben Hansich.

Alongside Lawrence, other celebrities including Jennifer Aniston, Larry David, and Judd Apatow reportedly attended the wedding.

Schumer's new husband Fischer was previously employed by Mario Batali at restaurants Babbo in New York City and London's St. John Bread and Wine.

He's also a James Beard Award-winning author.

The lack of photos - other than Schumer's Instagram reveal - is allegedly because of a strict no-phone policy at the nuptials.

Regardless, Schumer looks overjoyed about the life event.

Cheers to the happy couple!

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