Priyanka Chopra graces first ever cover of Vogue's 'Love & Wedding' issue, a throwback to 2018

Actor Priyanka Chopra is the first cover girl of Vogue's first ever 'Love & Wedding' issue and the actor shared it on Instagram


                            Priyanka Chopra graces first ever cover of Vogue's 'Love & Wedding' issue, a throwback to 2018

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in December 2018 and enough time has passed for fans to stop going gaga over what a beautiful bride she made. However, the actor's latest post - a beautiful portrait of her from the Christian wedding that was held at Udaipur is proof she will be one of the most iconic celebrity brides.

Popular fashion magazine Vogue also agrees and so, Chopra became the first ever cover girl for their 'Love & Wedding' issue. The actor shared an image of the cover on Instagram and said, "My fairytale ❤️ Thank you @nlvogue for making me your first cover girl of the Love & Wedding issue." In the picture, which is in monochrome, Chopra is seen smiling beautifully from under the most talked about wedding veil of the decade!



 

The official handle of the magazine also shared the cover picture and added more details about their all-new issue. The issue will document 25 weddings which will include that of Chiara Ferragni and Federico Leonardo Lucia, better known as Fedez; Alli Hilfiger and Steve Hash; and others. 



 

Recently, in an interview with E! News, Jonas opened up about his marriage to Chopra and said, "I think that in everything we do, you know, my brothers and I, Priyanka and I, everything we do we think about the future. And building something that becomes a part of a legacy in some way, and a story we can share with our kids in the future. That's everything from the music to projects that we align ourselves with and, maybe some of the projects that are more adult-themed we'll hold those back 'til they get older obviously."

He also spoke about Chopra's equation with Kevin Jonas' wife Daniella Jonas and Joe Jonas' fiance Sophie Turner to Entertainment Tonight and said, "It's a great feeling. I mean, it's kind of a dream where, as close as we are as brothers, that our wives and fiance are so connected as well."