They are married! Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have tied the knot in a beautiful Christian service at Umaid Bhavan Palace in Jodhpur. The couple, who began dating earlier this year, got engaged in July 2018. Priyanka wore a beauty Ralph Lauren wedding gown and Nick wore the same designer for the wedding. It was officiated by Nick’s father, Kevin Jonas Sr. As the couple began man and wife, Vogue USA finally released a couple of moments from their recent shoot.
Priyanka Chopra has become the first Indian to grace the issue of Vogue USA magazine. The actress has done the cover shoot for January issue with her now-husband Nick Jonas. Right after the wedding, Vogue released a new picture of the two of them getting cozy. The simple yet chic cover speaks volumes about their love story. She is in Fendi sheer dress whereas Nick looked dapper in Officine Generale short paired up with ATM Thomas Melillo t-shirt.
Not just that, Nick and Priyanka recreated his hit track ‘Close’ in the most romantic way possible. In a video shared online, the couple is seen getting cosy on camera as PeeCee grooves to the cover version of close. The set up is that of a wedding party as she dances around while Nick sings. In the end, he joins Priyanka as the two of them leave the room together. It is definitely one of the most romantic moments.
On December 2, Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra will get married following the Hindu rituals.
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“People will need vacations after this wedding,” @priyankachopra joked of her wedding to @nickjonas, which took place today in Jodhpur, after festivities began on Wednesday. It was important to the couple that their wedding was a thoughtful representation of both their cultures, much like their roka engagement ceremony, which Chopra described as “an incredible coming-together of two really ancient cultures and religions,” in her Vogue cover story. A Christian wedding was held on Saturday, and a Hindu ceremony will take place on Sunday. To celebrate this occasion, the newlyweds are the stars of Vogue’s first-ever digital cover, featuring two scenes, including this one directed by @stevenbrahms. Tap the link in our bio to see both digital covers. Captured on #pixel3