Nick Jonas Saves Priyanka Chopra From Falling- Watch Video

Nick Jonas’ pumped-up muscles are not just to set the temperatures high, they are also to save dear wife, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, from tripping...

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Nick Jonas Saves Priyanka Chopra From Falling- Watch Video
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra make for an adorable couple, and there’s no denying that. Their antics together are too cute for words. PeeCee and Nick keep fans entertained with a number of fun videos and pictures. Here’s a latest one which sees Nick acting as Priyanka’s real hero.

The couple was at an event and while getting off a stair case, Priyanka accidentally trips. Nick, who was walking ahead of the actress, acts in the nick of time (pun intended) and saves his dear wife from falling. Watch the video below:

Priyanka too is amused at her clumsiness and breaks into laughter after being saved by hubby dear. The video has now become viral and the couple’s fans are enjoying this adorable moment to the hilt.

Talking about Nickyanka’s other social media activities recently Arjun Kapoor posted a grab of Nick-Priyanka’s song, Sucker, and said that he is a ‘sucker’ for the track and that it’s on loop. PeeCee shared Arjun’s story and wrote, “Me Too” as a reply.
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Priyanka and Nick got married on Dec 1 and 2, 2018 in lavish Christian and Hindu ceremonies. The couple got married at the royal Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur. The 3-day-long wedding affair was an intimate one which was attended by couple’s core friend circle and family. A few weeks back, news of Nick and Priyanka heading for divorce, 4 months after their marriage, was reported by international glossy, Ok! However, it was strongly condemned by the couple and the family and it was said that Nick and Priyanka are planning to sue the magazine for their ridiculous article.

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