Priyanka Chopra Reveals About A Night Before Her Wedding With Nick Jonas That Left Her Bridesmaids Depressed
Ever since Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas tied the knot in lavish wedding ceremonies in Jodhpur, they are making headlines. Whether it is about their couple pictures, mushy captions, couple fashion or PDAs, these two have always scored full points on all counts.
Nick Jonas proposed Priyanka on her birthday on July 18, 2018, after that the duo had a traditional Roka ceremony on August 18, 2018, making their relationship official. It was on December 1-2, 2018, that the two of them walked down the aisle and became mister and missus to each other.
Since the day, both the lovebirds tied the knot, we have come to know many stories about them either about their love for each other or about their wedding. Priyanka has shared as to how Nick made her bridesmaids feel depressed one night before their wedding.
On a promotional interview, Priyanka revealed how Nick put up these sweet gestures to make Priyanka believe that she’s indeed taking the best decision of her life by agreeing to marry him. Priyanka shared, “Right on the day of our wedding, the sweetest thing that Nick had done the night before our wedding is. I walk into my room with my bridesmaids to do this like ‘last night’ and our separation and whatever and then I see the entire room lit up. There were flowers everywhere making a pathway to the bedroom and little gifts which had notes attached to them with his promises to me. I will always keep you safe, I will always protect you, I will always respect you and expounded on that…not just one line. And everything was just so mindblowing. I think all my bridesmaids were just sitting so depressed at the end (laughs).”
Recently, Priyanka Chopra posted a beautiful picture on her Instagram account. She captioned the snap as, “Find someone who looks at you like that @nickjonas.
In an interview, Priyanka had revealed the idea behind her two wedding dresses and stated, “For me, it was not about fashion. I wanted something unique. Both the dresses – red and white – were personalised for me. It had names, dates, my parent’s names. My mother-in-law’s wedding dress embroidered on mine. Things that mattered to me. I wanted the longest veil in the world. My 75-foot long veil. And I got that. The outfits were personal choices.”