When you embark on a relationship with someone, it's only natural to invite them to try out your favorite hobbies, and vice versa. That's exactly what Amy Schumer did this week, when she brought along husband Chris Fischer while engaging in her tried-and-true pastime of photobombing another couple's engagement photoshoot.
Bride-to-be Jillian Georgio shared a photo of the hilarious encounter on Instagram on Tuesday. In the pic, she and her fiancé pose in their cute, color-coordinated outfits in New York City's Central Park, while Fischer and Schumer strike a similar pose right next to them, wearing slightly less camera-ready ensembles. "Sneak peak [sic] of the engagement shoot, special shout-out to @amyschumer and her husband Chris for making today so much fun!!" Georgio captioned the snap, which was captured by New York City–based company Brett Matthews Photography.
In an interview with BuzzFeed, Georgio explained, "We were in Central Park in the middle of a photo and someone asked us if it was an engagement shoot and if they could join in. We had our backs turned to them and had no idea who it was until we turned around and obviously said yes." She continued, "They were going for a walk and were so incredibly sweet. Amy suggested the picture and decided she and Chris should mimic the pose Greg and I were in."
Georgio added that Schumer, who tied the knot with Fischer in a beachside ceremony in February of this year, also offered up some kind words to the couple. "She told us marriage was awesome and wished us all the best," she said.
By now, the Trainwreck star is an old pro at photobombing engagement and wedding shoots. Back in 2015, while on a run through Central Park, a sweaty, athleisure-clad Schumer stopped to give a wave in Joseph Turnage and Brandon Moore's engagement pics. And in 2017, Schumer took her talents across the pond when she stumbled upon the just-married Jasmin Pereira and Jon Bates, who were taking wedding-day photos in London between their ceremony and reception, and made sure to pull some funny faces in the background of their snapshots before she went on her merry way.