It's been a long road for us all, but actress Priyanka Chopra and musician Nick Jonas have finally tied the knot-making it official with a series of opulent ceremonies and parties that saw the bride quite literally dripping in diamonds. Post attending a dating app event in the capital, Mr & Mrs Jonas returned to bay last night and were seen heading towards their ride hand-in-hand.
It likened Chopra's relationship with Jonas, a former boyband star turned solo musician and actor, to a business decision and a splurge on luxury items.
Check out their pictures here.
Taking to Twitter, Joe wrote: "This is disgusting. Very disappointed that the Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bulls - - t". "No, you are racist", writer Ananya Bhattacharya called Smith's article "racist, lookist, ageist and over all else - a downright vile and personal attack on Priyanka Chopra".
Nick's older brother Joe Jonas also commented, writing that the publication should "be ashamed to have someone write such evil words".
The website, a part of NY magazine, deleted the article the next morning with an apology. The article then later took down and the editor apologized for it. The article seemed to paint him as a victim in Chopra's ploy and claimed that they met through her team. We want you to know that we hear you and we're sorry.
Joe Jonas and fiancée, Sophie Turner, fired back after their new sister-in-law, Priyanka Chopra, dealt with accusations of being a scam artist.
"The whole piece missed the mark".
In an interview with People, Priyanka stated that she and Nick want to enjoy their time with just the two of them for a while before becoming parents but 'I always say, 'Man proposes, God, disposes.' We definitely want children, and when the time's right, it will happen.