Emily Ratajkowski Dishes on the Best Part of Newlywed Life (Exclusive)

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Emily Ratajkowski is dishing on newlywed life with her husband, actor Sebastian Bear-McClard.

The two pulled off a surprise, courthouse wedding in February and the stunning 26-year-old model and actress says the best part of marriage is pretty simple!

“Getting to say ‘husband’ all the time,” Ratajkowski told ET’s Kevin Frazier at the premiere of her new film, I Feel Pretty, which hits theaters on Friday. “It's so obnoxious that it's almost fun!”

“It's good,” Ratajkowski added about life as a wife. “I'm here with my husband tonight and my parents and a couple of girlfriends. I was like, ‘Maybe I should just walk the carpet with all of them,’ but then I decided that may be a little too much.”

Ratajkowski stars alongside Amy Schumer -- who secretly tied the knot with chef Chris Fischer in February -- in the film, and she admitted that neither of them expected to be attending the premiere with husbands.

“It was a surprise for both of us,” she said of their weddings, before gushing about Schumer.

“[Amy’s] one of the smartest women I know in Hollywood. She is very funny, but very hardworking and that's what I respect about her.”

Schumer stars as a woman who struggles with insecurity, then wakes from a fall believing she’s the most beautiful woman in the world.

Speaking about her own insecurities, Ratajkowski admitted there are many days where she doesn’t feel pretty.

“All the time, oh my god. I woke up this morning, back from Coachella,” said the self-proclaimed “Coachella vet,” who was 14 when she attended her first festival. “I hadn't washed my hair in, like, three days. I looked in the mirror [and] I was feeling very sleepy and was like, ‘This is not a beautiful moment for me.’”

Ratajkowski hopes that exploring the topic in I Feel Pretty will help bring about change when it comes to judging women for their beauty.

“In order to talk about what needs to change with feminism and women, we need to talk about the issues at hand and the truth is that the world does judge us for our appearance and what we do with that is really up to us,” she said. “So, I think that's what this movie is about -- it's about confidence and the truth of the matter, which is that if you don’t feel pretty, you don’t feel good about yourself [and] no one else will think that about you.”

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