Amy Schumer photobombs couple's engagement photos and now everyone wants her to do the same for them
I made a decision a long time ago that, if I ever got married, I would keep my beady eyes peeled for a famous person.
Let's face it, with all the celebrity wedding photobombing going down these days, it would be just rude if one didn't decide to drop by my nuptials.
The latest case A-lister to partake in this trend? Amy Schumer.
The American comedian was out and about in New York with her husband Chris Fischer when the pair spotted a loved-up couple having their engagement shoot in Central Park.
Naturally, they decided to ask if they could join them and the foursome proceeded to take the most adorable picture.
New Yorkers Jillian Georgio and Greg Hayes were thrilled to have the Grammy Award-nominated star stop by, claiming the famous couple - who got hitched back in February - were "so incredibly sweet".
"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," Jillian told BuzzFeed. "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."
Funnily enough, the pair - who got engaged in June after dating for almost seven years - reportedly only have the one picture of the encounter because their photographer (Bo from Brett Matthews Photography) didn’t recognise Amy from where he was standing in the park.
"He thought it was hilarious when we told him after who it was," Jillian said, adding: "She [Amy] told us marriage was awesome and wished us all the best."
It's not the first time Amy has surprised a blissfully happy couple - not by a long shot, in fact. The comedian photobombed a wedding in Australia last year, and another engagement shoot in Central Park three years ago.
In 2015, Joseph Turnage and Brandon Moore were snapping photos near the reservoir on 86th Street on the east side of New York City's Central Park when a jogger asked to join them.
Their photographer Alisha Siegel told People magazine: "So out of nowhere I hear a girl scream 'OMG are you guys taking engagement photos? Lemme get in one!' I thought it was a little weird, but I said yes anyways. She took off her sunglasses, we snapped a quick pic, and right after she says, 'you guys know I'm like reeeal famous.' I [took] another look [and] it hit me that it was Amy Schumer! We all cracked up, and then she continued on her afternoon jog in Central Park."
So Amy, can you make it to my wedding? What am I thinking, of course you can! I'll send over the details.