Priyanka Chopra who is quarantined in the US with hubby Nick Jonas with the outbreak of COVID-19, in conversation with a fashion magazine revealed immediately making a move of going in quarantine because of Nick's health. The actress revealed of Nick being Type 1 diabetic and hence she quickly moved into quarantine, which is one of the safety measures to avoid being affected with COVID-19. The actress who is constantly shuttling US and India was very much in India for Holi celebration at Ambani house.
She was quoted saying by Vogue, “Nick is a Type 1 diabetic, so we felt it was important to go into quarantine almost immediately.” Also, she revealed being at relief as fortunately Nick and she were together, when the lockdown was announced, unlike several other times when the two are in different cities and countries. She said, “I’m so grateful we’re together at this time.” As she remains quarantined with her hubby Nick, keeping them the company is their new addition to their family, their pet dog Gino.
Priyanka Chopra though in the US, donated funds to PM Cares Funds to help the country fight against COVID-19.
While on the personal front she is enjoying her quarantine period with hubby, on the professional front she was last seen in Shonali Bose’ The Sky Is Pink. Later the actress was shuttling between US and India, as she shot for her next flick with Rajkummar Rao. The duo is paired together for Netflix movie, The White Tiger. ALSO READ: The White Tiger: Priyanka Chopra And Rajkummar Rao Celebrate 50 Days Of Shoot – Watch Video
Today as Bollywood lost its gem, actor Irrfan Khan against his battle with cancer, Priyanka also penned a heartfelt note for the deceased actor on her social networking account. ALSO READ: Irrfan Khan Dies: Priyanka Chopra, Shahid Kapoor, Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan Post Emotional Condolence Messages
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