Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have become devoted parents to their daughter, Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, born through surrogacy on January 15. In celebration of their little princess’s birthday, Priyanka, accompanied by Nick and her mother, Madhu Chopra, visited a temple to seek blessings. A fan captured moments from the temple visit and shared pictures with the couple on social media.
On January 15, Priyanka and Jonas’ daughter Malti Marie turned 2, and to celebrate her birthday, the family visited the Malibu Hindu temple to seek blessings.A fan took to their social media handle and shared a few pictures of the couple they might have encountered outside the temple.
Praising the actress, a fan wrote, “Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas at the Malibu Hindu temple on their daughter Malti Marie’s birthday! Priyanka was extremely down-to-earth, with no starry tantrums. I have a newfound appreciation for her as a person now!.”

Sharing glimpses of the festivities on Instagram, Priyanka posted several photos capturing the highlights of the birthday bash. In the initial picture, Malti is adorned in a white dress with a large garland, her adorable charm highlighted by the green bindi. While sharing the photos, Priyanka said, “She is our miracle. And she is 2” and added a red heart and folded-hands emoji.”

Nick also shared some pictures from the birthday celebration and penned a note: “I don’t even know how I’ll ever discipline her because I just don’t have it in me.”

Priyanka Chopra recently shared the screen in the romantic comedy ‘Love Again’ alongside Sam Heughan and Celine Dion. She also ventured into the spy thriller genre with a role in the series Citadel, co-starring alongside Richard Madden. Looking ahead, her upcoming project is ‘Heads of State,’ directed by Ilya Naishuller, in which she will be sharing the screen with Idris Elba and John Cena.

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