Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding is going to be 'over

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding is going to be 'over

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding is going to be 'over

"We hung out for a couple of hours". For example, they are not having one, but two ceremonies! But things changed for this global icon with the introduction of Nick Jonas in her life.

Not only did Priyanka Chopra make a stylish appearance at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding on May 19, but she also took to Instagram to gush about her bestie's big day. "Where have you been all my life?' Like, loud", he described to the magazine. Yep, that happened and she still fell in love with him.

Over the course of their whirlwind romance, Jonas won the Indian icon over by saying heartfelt things like "I love the way you look at the world".

"It was too respectful if you ask me!" Priyanka said she in turn became a blushing teenage girl as she flaunted her boyfriend for the first ever time to the press. Apart from the PM, many political names are set to grace the event that is going to take place on December 4th. "This guy turned me into such a girl!"

But it wasn't just Chopra that's been floored by her partner. In 2013, after a song Chopra released with Will.i.Am, called "In My City", was used as the theme song for the NFL's Thursday Night Football broadcast, Chopra said she received negative reactions on social media including, "Who is this Arab terrorist?" and, "She's not American".

Nick and his brothers Kevin and Joe formed a pop-rock band, The Jonas Brothers, in 2005 and soared to fame as members of Disney's stable of teenage stars. Jonas said to Vogue.

Growing up, Chopra was considered so handsome that her father took extreme measures As per the story: "The attention from boys would be so intense that Chopra's father installed iron bars on the windows of the family home". Forty-five seconds of silence.

"And I put my drink down", Jonas told Vogue, "get on one knee - this is in front of a bunch of people - and I say, 'You're real". The celebrations have already started at Jodhpur's Umaid Bhawan Palace.

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