Priyanka Chopra shares 'family' pictures from her wedding — Check out

She captioned the picture saying, "This Is Us". 

Priyanka Chopra shares 'family' pictures from her wedding — Check out
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New Delhi: 'Quantico' actress Priyanka Chopra has been regularly sharing photos from her wedding with her fans. After sharing photos from her Mehendi ceremony and as a Christian and Hindu bride, PeeCee has now shared two fresh photos from her wedding. 

In the first picture, Priyanka is posing with her and Jonas' families after their Christian wedding while in the other, she is seen with her husband's family, after the traditional Indian wedding.

"This is us. My family," Chopra captioned the photos, which included Kevin Jonas and wife Danielle, Joe Jonas and fiancee Sohpie Turner, Nick's little brother, Frankie, as well as his parents, Kevin Sr. and Denise. 

Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra, who was over the moon to see her daughter tie the knot, recently told DNA about how she felt after seeing her as a bride. "It was an emotional moment for everyone. I broke into tears when I saw Priyanka dressed as a bride. I had waited for this day all my life." 

She was always keen that her daughter should have a proper Indian wedding. "We followed all the rituals to the T. There were no shortcuts. I wanted an Indian shaadi for her and Priyanka knew that. She fulfilled my wish. It’s lovely to see the amount of love people have for her and Nick." 

"I'm immensely proud of her. It’s majorly because she has done so well for herself and still continues to be so rooted," she said. 

Priyanka recently changed her name on Instagram and now she is Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The name change comes just one day after Priyanka and Nick Jonas, who tied the knot last week, made their first appearance as a married couple at the launch party of 'Bumble', a dating application, in New Delhi. 'Bumble' was launched in India officially at an event here on December 5. 

Priyanka and Nick have had three-day wedding festivities at Jodhpur's royal Umaid Bhawan Palace, where they exchanged wedding vows as per both Christian and Hindu rituals in two separate ceremonies. 

Their pre-wedding rituals at the celebrations, which saw participation from just a little over 200 guests, included a 'mehendi' ceremony. There was also a glitzy musical evening.

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