The actress, whose new movie, I Feel Pretty, is out in a few weeks, went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Monday night to talk a little bit about her getaway and her upcoming film. In the interview, Schumer shared that she and Fischer took their post-nuptials vacay in Italy, where they spent 10 days enjoying the local cuisines of the region.
"He's a chef, so he was cooking in Sonoma at Scribe Vineyards. So, I followed him there," Schumer told the audience. "Then, he was cooking at a festival in Milan, and I heard that they invented pasta and wine. So, I've just been kind of following him around getting drunk."
But when asked by host Stephen Colbert if she actually indulged in the pasta and wine, Schumer reacted the way we all would.
"What kind of sick?" Schumer responded to Colbert's comment that some celebrities don't actually eat carbs. "You know actresses say ‘I love cheeseburgers.' I'm what you look like if you have pasta and wine."
"Which is absolutely beautiful, by the way," Colbert replied.
"I know. I'm blessed," Schumer said.
Despite having a fairy-tale wedding and honeymoon with her new husband, Schumer admitted that she never focused on marriage until recently.
"Yeah, little girls playing wedding…and bride, and I just, no, I was, like, dressing as fortunetellers," she said, but then added that when she met Fischer, she knew she wanted to "partner up with this guy."
When Colbert mentioned that sometimes spouses see each other at their worst, Schumer replied, "Yeah, yeah that's happening. But that's so cool because they can't leave."
Schumer and Fischer tied the knot in mid-February in a private surprise wedding. The couple's wedding celebration was filled with a handful of A-listers, including Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Aniston, Larry David, and Judd Apatow.