Priyanka Chopra is happily married now. She exchanged vows earlier this month in two grand wedding ceremonies with Nick Jonas. In all her wedding functions, Priyanka looked stylish, classic and chic. She is one actor who can carry any outfit she wears with a certain poise. Right after she was done with all her wedding ceremonies, ‘desi girl’ Priyanka jumped back to work. Post her engagement in Delhi, she was spotted at an event with husband Nick. Recently, Priyanka was spotted with Nick at the launch of Bumble which is PeeCee’s maiden Venture.

Looking gorgeous as ever, Priyanka posed for the paparazzi, in a low-neck, long shimmery colourful gown. In all the events that the actor has attended till now, PeeCee is making sure that she has her chura on, sindoor and of course her fancy mangalsutra. Priyanka did not accessorise herself with any extra jewellery apart from her marriage accessories.

Check out Priyanka and Nick’s latest pictures here:

 

Picture Courtesy - Yogen Shah

Picture Courtesy – Yogen Shah

 

Picture Courtesy - Yogen Shah

Picture Courtesy – Yogen Shah

 

Picture Courtesy - Yogen Shah

Picture Courtesy – Yogen Shah

 

Picture Courtesy - Yogen Shah

Picture Courtesy – Yogen Shah

 

Picture Courtesy - Yogen Shah

Picture Courtesy – Yogen Shah

 

Picture Courtesy - Yogen Shah

Picture Courtesy – Yogen Shah

 

India is the first Indian country to launch Bumble. It was founded by started by Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe Herd in 2014. Earlier this year, the company had roped Priyanka as “partner, advisor, and investor.” Talking about Bumble’s launch in India, Herd told IANS, “It was Priyanka Chopra’s idea to get Bumble to India. We always had India on the radar but we thought it might be a long time from now. When Priyanka and I were sitting next to each other at a dinner, we were sharing our missions and visions about the planet, and what we care about.”

“We realised we care a lot about the empowerment of girls and women around the world, and she said it’s remarkable what you’re doing with Bumble, and this is so important for India. Let’s take it there,” Herd added.