He met Nick and Priyanka's families with folded hands and exchanged pleasantries. And my reaction was basically that kid who desperately asked, "Is this real life?".
The guest list on Tuesday's reception included Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who posed for pictures standing next to Chopra, who wore a sequined Indian outfit, and Jonas, who was dressed in a blue-black tuxedo. The article, which outraged social media, labelled Priyanka a "modern-day scam artist" and also suggested that Nick Jonas had "married into a fraudulent relationship against his will". After swift backlash, the publication removed the writer's byline and added a lengthy note from the editor-in-chief to the top of the article stating that "We as editors failed the writer by not working with her to ensure the piece met our standards". In response, both Joe and Turner, who have been engaged since October 2017, slammed the article on Twitter. "We've removed it and apologise", read a tweet on the official Twitter handle of The Cut. "The article on @priyankachopra was sexist, racist and disgusting".
On the Sunday they married in a Hindu ceremony at the Palace with Priyanka wearing a traditional red lehenga.
I LOVE that Priyanka knew exactly when the camera would be zooming in on her face and how she timed her expression, looking down first, then lifting her eyes so that they'd meet the light, for exactly that moment. For those unaware, the article was written by Mariah Smith.
"Priyanka and Nick are finding ways for their "love" make them money - circumventing the methods used by the celebrities of yore, who stuck to selling their wedding or baby photos to magazines", the article added.
The same can be said here.