Global sensation Priyanka Chopra took over the internet on Thursday evening as she dropped a picture from her first magazine cover shoot with her daughter Malti Marie Chopra Jonas. The mother-daughter duo were seen twinning in red outfits for an adorable click that has gone viral in merely no time since it was shared on her Instagram handle.
Her caption read: "Another one of our many firsts together....#MM (baby emoji and red heart emoji) British Vogue, February 2023".
Celebrities from across the world slid into her comments section to laud the star and heap praises over her impacting image. Rhea Kapoor wrote, "I love it", whereas Sonali Bendre dropped red heart emojis. Patralekha wrote, "Awww my God" and added several evil eye emojis.
Priyanka Chopra is known to be a staunch personality owing to her humanitarian efforts and advocating woman’s rights. During her interview with British Vogue, as a part of the same cover shoot, Peecee spoke about welcoming her daughter in January 2022 and said that it was ‘painful’ when people gossip about her daughter.
She said, "I’ve developed a tough hide when people talk about me. But it’s so painful when they talk about my daughter. I’m like, ‘Keep her out of it.’ I know what it felt like to hold her little hands when they were trying to find her veins. So no, she’s not going to be gossip. I’ve been really protective of this chapter of my life with my daughter. Because it’s not about my life only. It’s hers too.”
The 40-year-old International star also revealed the reason she and her husband Nick Jonas opted to embrace parenthood via surrogacy. She maintained, "I had medical complications. this was a necessary step, and I’m so grateful I was in a position where I could do this. Our surrogate was so generous, kind, lovely, and funny, and she took care of this precious gift for us for six months."
Priyanka Chopra also took a dig at those who trolled her for her decision as she asserted, "You don’t know me. You don’t know what I’ve been through. And just because I don’t want to make my medical history, or my daughter’s, the public doesn’t give you the right to make up whatever the reasons were."
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