Amy Schumer and Kim Caramele, her younger sister, are incredibly close. The bestie siblings have shared each other's side through everything. So when it came time for Amy to tie the knot (in secret) last week, Kim couldn't control her feelings about the moment. In a series of Instagram pictures posted by the comedian yesterday, Schumer revealed how overcome with blubbering emotions Kim became when she saw Amy's wedding dress for the very special occasion. Check out the wedding photos below.
Schumer also posted pictures of Kim reading a speech with her husband, Vincent Caramele, Kim singing Janis Joplin with comedian Bridget Everett, Kim and Amy sharing some time together in the pool and more. In this collection of photos, Schumer wrote a heartfelt message to her dear sister.
Caramele also hit up Instagram to share the same photos. After the wedding became public knowledge, Schumer went to Instagram to stress a few things about the unexpected, unannounced wedding. The first thing was that she was "not pregnant," which is good to know, and the second thing is that she doesn't want any gifts for the occasion, but "thank you for asking." Instead, Amy Schumer stresses that fans consider providing a donation to Everytown for Gun Safety, an anti-gun violence organization that Schumer cares about deeply. That's a particularly timely inclusion to put this week.
In addition to their family bond, Amy and Kim have also worked together as writing partners. Notably, Kim served as a writer and producer on Inside Amy Schumer, which won the siblings their first pair of Emmys back in 2015. Kim also helped Schumer as an uncredited co-writer on Trainwreck and Snatched, where she also served as an associate producer and executive producer, respectively. She also produced Schumer's comedy specials Live at the Apollo for HBO and The Leather Special, which Schumer directed, on Netflix. She is also currently listed as a writer on Barbie, which Schumer was once set to star in before dropping out of the titular doll role. She was recently replaced by Anne Hathaway. It's set for release on May 9, 2020.
Amy Schumer married chef Chris Fischer on Tuesday during a private ceremony in Malibu. It was shortly after the Trainwreck actress/writer made her relationship officially public on Instagram with a snap of the couple smooching during Ellen DeGeneres's birthday bash last Sunday, although rumors of their coupling began swirling back in November. The lavish, exclusive, star-studded event included nearly 80 people, with celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, Larry David, David Spade and Amy's famous best friend Jennifer Lawrence all notably in attendance, as reported by People.
When Schumer isn't seen getting married, she'll next appear in the summer comedy I Feel Pretty, set to be released on June 29th. It is already the source of controversy online. She is also slated to appear in the drama She Came To Me, from director Rebecca Miller (Maggie's Plan), which also stars Steve Carrell and Nicole Kidman. Schumer was also recently seen in Snatched last summer and Thank You For Your Service in the fall.
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