PeeCee got a gracious comment from Mama Jonas on her latest pics at Instagram

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Priyanka Chopra has been giving us major fashion goals. After making an extravagant appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Quantico actress made an embellishing appearance on The Jimmy Fallon Show. The diva looked very ravishing in her powder-white pantsuit.

Priyanka also took it to Instagram and shared her pictures on social media. The pictures garnered a lot of likes and positive comments from her fans. Among all, it was her mother-in-law Mama Jonas adorable comment that stole all the limelight.

Sharing her picture, PeeCee wrote, “When you pose too hard…Tune into Fall on Tonight tonight! jimmyfallon missed our food challenge, but there was so much to catch up on. Always the best seeing you! Theroots”

Looking on the post, Nick commented with fire emojis. Whereas Nick’s mother Mama Jonas wrote, “Love You Daughter” which made us lose our calm. Priyanka is truly a fashion diva. She looked perfect and her mother-in-law’s comment was just a cherry on the cake.

On the show, Priyanka promoted her new upcoming Hollywood movie, ‘Isn’t it Romantic?’ She also made some revelations about her marriage, and husband Nick Jonas. On speaking about how her life changed after marriage, PeeCee said, “I always wanted to add his name to mine because I feel, like, you know, we’re becoming family, and I’m a little traditional and old school like that. But I don’t take away my identity. He gets added to who I am.”

Priyanka also told that she wanted to get married away from all the spotlight on an island but the husband, Nick wanted to bring her wife from the place she belonged. Looking at her wedding photo she PeeCee quoted, “He looked like a prince. He rocked that turban.”

 

Meanwhile, Priyanka is also busy with the shooting of her next Bollywood film, The Sky Is Pink. It is reported that the shooting of the film is scheduled at Andaman and Nicobar Islands in mid-February.

Published by Isha Kataria on 07 Feb 2019

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