Don't you worry—marriage hasn't changed Amy Schumer one bit. Case in point: Though she and husband Chris Fischer are currently traveling through Italy on an exceptionally romantic honeymoon, the comedian has balanced out her lovey-dovey Instagram snaps from Rome, Venice, and Milan with plenty more jokey photos and videos. On Thursday, for example, Schumer updated her Instagram Story with a few silly shots from Rome, including a selfie in which she sips a cappuccino, giving herself a milk foam mustache, while Fischer rests his head on her shoulder, and a video showing the newlyweds riding Segways on a wide path, Schumer yelling as she zooms past Fischer with a worried look on her face.
Schumer, 36, also posted a candid photo of the James Beard Award–winning chef, 37, surveying the salami selection at a market, as well as a few shots of female-centric art at a Roman museum. "Happy #internationalwomensday from Roma," she captioned a collection of these images, followed by a photo of Bernardino Cesari's Diana and Actaeon, which she captioned with the story behind the Renaissance painting.
The honeymoon began in Milan last weekend, when she posted a photo of the majestic Duomo di Milano at night. On Sunday, Schumer Instagrammed Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, joking, "Last night in Milan. Where should we get our #lastsupper #milanjokes #butreallywhere." Once the duo had moved on to Venice, the I Feel Pretty star shared a picture of her attempting to blend into a large group of tourists outside Saint Mark's Basilica—"I was standing here first," she claimed—and a series of photos zooming in on her standing on a balcony over one of the city's canals while, inexplicably, clutching a flowerpot. You know, classic #HoneymoonPics.
Schumer and Fischer, who were first spotted together in November 2017, tied the knot in a very secret ceremony in Malibu the day before Valentine's Day. In an interview just two weeks later, Schumer gave married life a glowing review. "I'm a wife as hell," she said on pal Nikki Glaser's SiriusXM radio show, adding that being married "feels f*cking good." She added, "Part of the thing that's good about us getting married so quickly was, like, we're so in love."