Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra share big glimpse from daughter’s 1st Diwali celebration


Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra share glimpse from daughter’s first Diwali celebration

The couple’s 9-month-old daughter, Malti Marie Jonas, joined them in Los Angeles for the Hindu holiday. After having their daughter Malti Marie Chopra Jonas in January, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas celebrated their first Diwali together.

On Tuesday, October 25th, the Nick posted pictures of their celebrations at their Los Angeles home on Instagram.

“Such a great Diwali celebration with my [heart emoji],” Nick wrote as the description for the photos. Happy Diwali to everybody! I’m sending you all happiness and brightness. #diwali.” The singer of This Is Heaven can be seen in one image cradling his daughter while donning a cream-colored kurta shalwar. On the front of the kurta, traditional thread work was stitched.

On the other side, Priyanka chopra donned a contemporary traditional outfit with a similar colour palette. She wore a bralette top with gold embellishments over what seemed like a flared bottom that was lavishly embroidered with white thread work and gold accents. She tops it off with a full-length chiffon upper that somewhat matches the embroidery on the rest of her dress. Malti’s clothing has embroidery that matches that on her mother’s garment.

She maintains tradition with taupe lips and a glass-skin glowy makeup for her hair and cosmetics. A peach rose crown and a bun for her hair complete the look. She also wears a modest gold chain necklace and a pair of stunning, hanging earrings.

In a second image, the 40-year-old chopra star is seen sitting down and holding Malti in her lap while her daughter performs rituals while holding her hand around Jonas’s finger. She is also wearing a dupatta. Malti’s face is covered with a heart emoji in both images.

Diwali, sometimes referred to as the “Festival of Lights,” is acknowledged as the most important Hindu event and lasts for five days. Every year in the fall, the event takes place; depending on the moon, it frequently takes place in either October or November.