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Parineeti Chopra welcomes her Nick 'jiju' to the family

Check out her message for Nick Jonas 

Parineeti Chopra welcomes her Nick 'jiju' to the family
Image Courtesy: Instagram

New Delhi: Bollywood beauty Priyanka Chopra's cousin Parineeti Chopra, who is Jodhpur for PeeCee's big fat wedding, posted an adorable message for her brother-in-law Nick Jonas, whom she adorably called 'Jiju'.

Taking to Instagram, Parineeti wrote, "The MEHENDI. The job of us bridesmaids was to make sure the bride was happy & comfortable at all times. 
But we didn't have to worry about it - coz Nick promised do it all his life. Welcome to the family Nick jiju! I'm so happy that the Jonas & the Chopra family is now United! "

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Earlier, Parineeti in an interview had jokingly revealed that she would charge a hefty amount from Nick as a part of the shoe-hiding ceremony. Parineeti told Bollywood Hungama, "I was sitting with Nick only two nights ago and I was telling him that we needed to lock in our final amount. I quoted $5 million (Approximately Rs 37 crore). He said ‘OK, I’ll give you $10."

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas exchanged wedding vows as per Catholic traditions. As per People magazine, groom's father, Paul Kevin Jonas Sr, officiated the Christian ceremony, where the couple exchanged wedding bands by famed jeweller Chopard.

Over 200 guests were invited to the wedding at Umaid Bhawan: 

 The respective families of the bride and the groom including Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra, brother Siddharth and cousins Parineeti and Mannara Chopra and Nick's parents Paul Kevin Sr and Denise, brother Kevin and his wife Danielle, and brother Joe and his fiancee "Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner arrived here on Thursday.

The entire luxury hotel has been booked for the wedding guests. 

Priyanka and Nick never shied away from documenting their love on social media since they went public with the relationship in July this year, but they decided to keep their wedding a private affair.

While the guests were asked not to bring mobile phones with the camera at the venue, the entry to the palace was strictly restricted by invitation.