'Even Though He Was Busy And We Were Apart...,' Priyanka Chopra Shares What Nick Jonas Did On Their One Year Anniversary In This Special Post

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Nick Jonas shares a beautiful post for Priyanka Chopra celebrating a special day; calls her, "my best friend, my confidant, my muse, my beautiful wife"

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas took to their social media handles to celebrate a special day in their life before they got married.

Sharing a picture with Priyanka from Cannes, Nick wrote: "One year ago today I went to go see Beauty and the Beast at the Hollywood bowl with a group of friends. One of those friends was the woman that would become my best friend, my confidant, my muse, my beautiful wife. I am so grateful for our journey together so far. You make me smile every day and you inspire me to be the best version of myself. I am honored to be your husband. I love you. ❤️ @priyankachopra"

And guess what Nick did for Priyanka? Apart from dropping an adorable comment on Nick's post saying, 'The most amazing thing that ever happened to me is you. I love you babs.. 😍', the actress later took to her Instagram handle to share something even more memorable that Nick did for her sitting miles apart. She wrote: "The best husband ever.. A #lambily member’s dream came true...Even through he was busy and we were apart, he made sure I celebrated our one year anniversary w my fave! The incomparable @mariahcarey #Mimi — you were amazing! So lovely meeting you and thank you for the incredible show .. you will always be my baby @nickjonas Happy one year love! @fchhara thx for being my date! So fun! #mimi meets mimi wearing @mimi" [sic]

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