Amy Schumer Reveals Her New Engagement Ring and Wedding Band

Amy SchumerAmy Schumer attends the New York Knicks Vs Golden State Warriors game at Madison Square Garden on February 26, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by James Devaney/Getty Images)

What’s that we see on Amy Schumer’s hand? After a spur-of-the-moment decision to marry her chef boyfriend, Chris Fischer, the comedienne stepped out on February 26, wearing not only one sparkling new ring, but two pieces on her left hand.

Fischer, whose family runs Beetlebung Farm in Martha’s Vineyard, proposed with a single center stone, a round-cut diamond, surrounded by a band comprised of gold and pave diamonds. Schumer debuted her rings courtside at the Knicks game in New York City Monday night following an eventful past few days in Las Vegas.

The star stacked her engagement bling with a thin and dainty gold band, creating a simple-but-sweet overall aesthetic with her new jewelry. The pair married on February 13, in a surprise, relaxed ceremony in Malibu, California.

“Part of the thing that’s good about us getting married so quickly is that we’re so in love,” Schumer told Nikki Glaser on her SiriusXM show this week. “Every girl I know, if they get proposed to they’re like, ‘Oh now? Now that I can’t have kids!’“


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The couple chose a private home overlooking the Pacific for the setting of their ceremony, and exchanged vows before a star-studded guest list including Larry David, Jennifer Lawrence, Jake Gyllenhaal, Judd Apatow, and Jennifer Aniston. Schumer wore a thin-strap, tulle, A-line gown by Monique Lhuillier featuring a ballet bodice, for which she has her stylist, Leesa Evans, to thank.

“It was kind of an amazing and effortless experience,” Evans told In Style about the dress-sourcing journey. “Amy said, ‘Text me when you wake up, Chris and I want to get married.’ And then I called her when I woke up and she was like, ‘Let’s try on dresses today.’ It was literally that of spur of the moment.”

This was several days before the nuptials. “It felt effortless and comfortable and that’s really what she wanted,” Evans added. “She wanted it to be easy, she wanted to feel like herself and she wanted to have a great time and a great experience while wearing it… She wore flats, she didn’t need to wear a bunch of undergarments and it was just so easy and it felt right. So we both kind of looked at each other and giggled and said, ‘Well, let’s just go with it. Why try any more?’ and that’s what we did.”

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Esther Lee
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Esther is the Senior News Editor at The Knot. A self-proclaimed pop culture enthusiast, she appreciates a good celebrity interview just as much as she adores Nancy Meyers movies. You can find her kicking off her mornings with barre and a green juice, traveling and exploring new cultures, and rapidly scrolling her feed for the latest and greatest news. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @theestherlee.