Priyanka Chopra has shared a sweet wish for Jonas Jonas and Sophie Turner on their first wedding anniversary.

Priyanka Chopra wishes Sophie Turner-Joe Jonas on first wedding anniversary, shares pic from their French wedding

Priyanka Chopra has wished brother-in-law Joe Jonas and his spouse Sophie Turner on their first wedding ceremony anniversary. The actor shared an image from their France wedding ceremony on her Instagram tales and wrote, “Happy 1 year anniversary! Love you both.”

Joe and Sophie are reportedly anticipating their first little one. Sophie was seen with what gave the impression to be a child bump because the couple joined Black Lives Matter protests on the streets of the US.

Priyanka Chopra wished Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner on her Instagram tales.

Joe had earlier shared that he want to recreate Las Vegas at their house to have fun their first wedding ceremony anniversary amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to eonline, Joe advised James Corden, “I think we would have gone back to Vegas. So, if you can keep a secret, I would say I might try to recreate Vegas in our house. I have a DJ set up. We could do a night club.”

Joe and Sophie had tied the knot in a secret wedding ceremony ceremony at a Las Vegas chapel following the Billboard Music Awards. The information of their wedding ceremony broke solely when DJ Diplo shared updates on social media. The couple remarried in a extra formal ceremony in France a month later.

Also learn: Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner star in hilarious Princess Bride at-home recreation on Quibi, Hugh Jackman is in it too

The couple is now set to seem in a star-studded recreation of the long-lasting movie The Princess Bride which is able to stream on the cellular video platform Quibi. The movie may even star Jennifer Garner, Hugh Jackman, Jack Black, Rob Reiner and others, as per Fox News.

The reimagining of The Princess Bride, which shall be damaged into Quibi’s 10-minutes-or-less segments, was filmed at house by its stars whereas in quarantine and can start airing from Monday, Vanity Fair reported. The program is ready to boost funds for the World Central Kitchen, which has offered meals reduction amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

(With ANI inputs)

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