The rapidly spreading of COVID-19 has left all the people around the world in a state of panic and grief with several lives succumbing to the virus every day. After the WHO (World Health Organization) declared COVID-19 as a pandemic last week, with everything shutting down in most parts of the world, life has come to a standstill. While many celebrities have taken the right decision to stay under self-isolation amidst the rapidly spreading of COVID-19, Nick Jonas recently took to his social media to share a video with wifey Priyanka Chopra Jonas. Through the video, Nick and PeeCee sent out ‘positive vibes’ and ‘lots of love’ to fans while in self-isolation.
On Instagram, Nick Jonas shared a video with his lovely wife Priyanka Chopra Jonas captioning it, “Love you all. @priyankachopra.” In the video, Nick and Priyanka send out love to all their fans out there. While the couple spending time together in self-isolation, Nick said, “Hi everyone. I know it’s an unsure time for all of us. But I hope you are doing all okay. We are sending you positive vibes.”
As Nick Jonas and his wife sent out positive vibes, Priyanka Chopra said, “And let’s just take care of each other, and I hope that everyone is safe out there. Just lots of love.” PeeCee ended the video sending out a flying kiss to all the fans while Nick bid them goodbye. With Nick and PeeCee sending out positive vibes and lots of love, fans couldn’t help but send them an equal amount of love. One fan wrote, “U too take care "cute couple", "while another fan commented, " Lots of love to you two.@nickjonas @priyankachopra."
Meanwhile, as Nick and Priyanka seem to be just fine in self-quarantine, the couple's this gesture is simply a very sweet and humble. Also Read: Watch What Happens Live Host Andy Cohen Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Jessica Alba, John Mayer And Others Send Him Love
Image source: Instagram/ Nick Jonas
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