The Dark Subtext To The Headlines Calling Priyanka Chopra A “scam Artist”

As far as Hollywood romances go, Chopra and Jonas’ meet-cute was firmly of the moment: Jonas slid into Chopra’s Twitter DMs. They met officially at the Vanity Fair Oscar party and Jonas promptly got down on one knee. “You’re real. Where have you been all my life?” he told her, according to Vogue. They flirted via social media. Then they attended the Met Ball together – as friends – before they began dating earlier this year. They were engaged by the end of July. And they were married earlier this week. 

Weddings are supposed to be a moment of celebration, and that’s what Chopra and Jonas’ union has been for those involved. The images from the different Hindu festivities and rituals have been joyous and ebullient. There is Chopra, future sister-in-law Sophie Turner by her side, during the Mehndi where henna tattoos are inked onto the bride-to-be. There is Jonas, dancing onstage during the Sangeet, a riotous pre-wedding party dedicated to dancing, singing and the power of music, a big part of both Chopra and Jonas’ lives.

And then there was the main event itself: The gown, the veil, the tears, the veil, the look of absolute love in the couples’ eyes in the pictures they have shared from the main wedding ceremony, and also did we mention the veil? Congratulations, Priyanka and Nick! Many, many happy returns. 

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