Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra get a marriage license in the US ahead their wedding

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Prior to their wedding, the loving couple Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas came on step closer by obtaining a marriage license. The couple got engaged in August, visited the Beverly Hills Courthouse last week and filled out the paperwork to obtain the license.

Some of the sources revealed that the lovely couple paid a visit to Beverly Hills Courthouse and filled out the paperwork for a marriage license. Apparently, Nick and Priyanka will bring the license to India, where they will reportedly tie the knot and then file the license in the US. This whole process is done to make their marriage official in both countries.

For now, both of them are busy in the preparations of their wedding festivities. After a grand bridal shower in New York City, Priyanka headed to Amsterdams for her bachelorette party with her girl gang.

According to some reports, it is said that the wedding is going to be a three-day extravaganza which will start from November 30 at Jodhpur. The couple is going to have two different ceremonies honoring each other’s backgrounds which means they will get married according to Hindu rituals as well as Christian rituals.

Their wedding will be attended by all the biggies in the B-Town. It is going to be a  big fat wedding affair. Some of the invite lists include Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Katrina Kaif, Farhan Akhtar and Siddharth Roy Kapur.

Their wedding conversations are taking rounds on all the social media platforms. Nick in an interview stated, “You have to be honest with your other half. That’s where the beauty of a real relationship is, being able to be your authentic self. I have that in my life now.”

He further added, “It’s really about trying to keep as much as you can for yourselves. Not letting the outside world penetrated the world that you create for each other, or the world with your family and friends and your inner circle.”

 

 

 

Published by Isha Kataria on 10 Nov 2018

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