Priyanka Chopra Jonas has shared what lessons she learned about marriages post her’s with Nick. PeeCee said that having a husband and a boyfriend are different things, as things change when you say your vows. The duo is spending quality time with friends and family in Paris. Nick and Priyanka are attending the wedding of Joe Jonas and Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner.
Recently in an interview with Elle magazine, Priyanka said that they both are learning something new about each other every day. "It's so different. I'd never realized having a husband and a boyfriend are such different things. When you say your vows, it's like, this person is my family, and it's the family I chose. There's a weird responsibility to them. And a safety that comes from it. We are learning about each other every day."
Opening up about her extravagant wedding in Jodhpur, the actress said, "We decided on the venue for our wedding in October and we got married on December 1. We had one-and-a-half months to plan, so we were just like, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah, let's get it.' And suddenly we were like, 'Oh god. It was very extravagant. Hopefully, you just do it once. So it's fine."
It’s been six months now after Priyanka and Nick got married in a lavish ceremony in Umaid Bhavan Palace in Jodhpur on December 1st, 2018. While the pictures of the couple spending time together are making rounds on the internet, their PDA on social media showcases their love for each other. In a recent post made by Priyanka, the actress called Nick, ‘the funniest guy ever’, as he replied in a sarcastic way explaining the Two-step process to a cool guy pose.
The couple got married on December 1 and 2 in a three-day function following Christian and Hindu customs. PeeCee and Nick The couple held three grand receptions in Delhi and Mumbai respectively, which was attended by many Bollywood celebrities.
Image source: Instagram/ @priyankachopra
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