Priyanka Chopra shares Nick Jonas photo with kiss sticker
New Delhi : The most talked about love story of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas has a new spice to add on. The actress, who is not so much indulged in social network, has now taken Instagram account to display her affection for her boyfriend. After much this and that, Priyanka has finally revealed about her engagement with American singer Nick Jonas that took place on August 18. And, soon after making the announcement, she has posted picture of her fiancé plastered a ‘kiss’ sticker on her Instagram account.
In Priyanka's Instagram stories posted on August 29, we can see the shared photo of Nick Jonas plastered a ‘kiss’ sticker right next to him. In the picture, Nick is seen wearing a white T-shirt with ‘Namaste’ embossed on it.
Priyanka went to Los Angeles earlier this week and posted pictures of the beaches and delicious drinks. It is believed that she made the trip to spend quality time with her to-be husband. However, Priyanka also posted a picture of the stunning pink skies of Mexico as she said ‘hola’ to the country on Wednesday.
And, not only the actor who is showing her love and affection for her fiance, but her to-be mother-in-law, Denise Jonas posted a video from Priyanka and Nick’s engagement party on Tuesday in which she is seen dancing with Priyanka’s mother, Madhu Chopra. In the video, we see Madhu point at Denise and call her ‘Munde di maa’. Priyanka also commented 'Love!' on the video.
“What an amazing day of celebration for @nickjonas and @priyankachopra engagement and Indian culture,” the singer’s dad and Denise’s husband, Kevin Jonas Sr, had also commented.
To remind you all, Nick arrived in India on Friday, August 17 with his parents. The couple made their engagement official with a traditional Hindu roka ceremony and threw a huge party for their friends and family at night. The following day, both the families paid a visit to an orphanage in Mumbai.
When media caught Priyanka's mother, Madhu Chopra for her review of her to-be son-in-law, she said “Nick enjoyed the prayers during the puja. It was a new thing for him and he took it seriously. He followed what our panditji said, and chanted the Sanskrit mantras accurately. Both he and his parents did it beautifully. They are nice people”.