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Two days back, Priyanka Chopra posted a cozy picture of her sleeping on husband Nick Jonas’ chest. While a few couldn’t stop adoring the picture, others wanted to know, who was the third person in the room, that clicked the sleepy actress. A user wrote, “Who is the third person taking photos?” Some even guessed a few names like, John Cena, Alexa, PR guy and others.
Cctv footage?— shilpi tewari (@shilpitewari) February 4, 2019
PR guy.— Sasidharan Pazhoor (@inquestioner) February 4, 2019
Invisible hand of capitalism, Sir— sangeeta chakravorty (@chakravortys) February 4, 2019
Does your photographer stay your Home? 🤣😂— Rathore B♡Y/💫DIPSTAR💫💫 (@Rathore_boy1) February 4, 2019
Probably the same photographer as the one hired by Virat-Anushka.— Anand Vaidya (@OctaneTwisted) February 4, 2019
There are things such as tripods and delayed trigger remotes that help you take family photos without being behind the camera. But it could equally be that they hired a photographer 😀— Prosenjit Datta (@ProsaicView) February 4, 2019
Another wrote, “There are things such as tripods and delayed trigger remotes that help you take family photos without being behind the camera. But it could equally be that they hired a photographer.”
Now putting netizens curiosity to rest, Mrs Jonas has herself revealed the name of the photographer. Commenting on the picture, Peecee wrote, “Lol. I guess people need to know. Thank you for capturing me sleeping through the super bowly @divya_jyoti.”
While in a conversation with Ellen, the actress spoke about her wedding and said “It was just three days! One Indian ceremony and one western Christian ceremony, and one day of pre-rituals...which we have in the Hindu wedding. But it was not, like usually, Indian weddings are a thousand people, at least. We only had 200, which was mostly family because both of us have giant families. For an Indian family and an Indian wedding, [it was small] for sure. My mother was so upset with me the whole time. She was like, 'I need to have another wedding for the other 150,000 people that I know! How can I not invite my jeweller? How can I not invite my hairdresser?' So it was a whole conversation.”