Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas are extremely busy people but that hasn’t stopped them from taking time out from their busy schedules to go on a honeymoon or spend time with family on holiday trips. However, post their fairy tale wedding at Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan last December, the two global celebrities have got back to their work commitments. However, they will be taking time out to ring in their first Valentine’s Day post marriage together.
While speaking to a media interaction, Priyanka revealed that the two were not supposed to be together this Valentine’s Day because of work commitments but apparently the universe had other plans for the two. She said, “We didn’t put too much pressure on it. We were not supposed to be together this Valentine’s Day because I was working in L.A. and he in London, but things moved so I am glad we can spend that time together… The pressure does not exist – he’s thoughtful and sweet all the time.”
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Every time these two are together they ensure that they give us some more couple goals to look up to. Apparently, Nick is a thorough gentleman and Priyanka is on cloud nine after marrying her Prince Charming. On the work front, Priyanka will be next seen in the Hollywood film Isn’t It Romantic? while Nick is ready to reprise his role in the sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.