If you weren’t already jealous of Amy Schumer for her comedic chops, box office success and hit TV show, prepare yourself to envy the 34-year-old comedian. After revealing her love for “Hunger Games” actress Jennifer Lawrence on social media, the “Trainwreck” star revealed a blossoming friendship with the Oscar winner Thursday.

Amy revealed her friendship with the fellow actress by posting a shot of herself on the back of a Jet Ski with Lawrence, 24, in the driver's seat. In the shot Lawrence appears to be driving the machine at a fast speed as Schumer holds onto her sporting an amused expression.

Prior to the Jet Ski photo, Schumer shared a picture of the actress lounging with her sister, writer Kimberly Schumer, and several of her friends in an ocean. Lawrence can be seen sharing a pink raft with an unnamed pal and posing for the shot with one arm in the air. Amy can be seen nearby, smiling at the camera.

Schumer’s outing with Lawrence comes just weeks after the “Inside Amy Schumer” star gushed over the actress on social media. On July 9, Schumer posted a video of herself watching Lawrence’s interview with MTV News. In the interview, which was recorded during Comic-Con 2015, Lawrence says she wants to see Schumer as the next star of ABC’s “The Bachelorette.” Her comments followed Schumer’s appearance on Season 11 of the show and the network's offer for her to star.

“I will donate... Please donate so Amy Schumer will be ‘Bachelorette,’” Lawrence tells MTV’s Josh Horowitz in the piece. In the video Schumer reacts to Lawrence's statement by turning to the camera with her mouth wide open and sporting a look of elation while throwing her hands in the air.

While Schumer and Lawrence appeared to have fun, their jam-packed schedules won't be leaving them with too many days to relax in the near future. Lawrence is set to star in two features film in 2016, “Passengers” alongside Chris Pratt and Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Apocalypse.” Fresh off the box office success that is “Trainwreck,” Schumer has another season of her hit Comedy Central series lined up. The network announced the show was renewed for a fourth season in April.