Priyanka Chopra Distributes This Luxury Sweet From Paris As Shaadi Ki Mithaai To The Sky Is Pink Team!

10:34 pm 22 Nov, 2018

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After the high-profile wedding of Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, another celebrity couple is ready to exchange the wedding vows. Priyanka Chopra becomes the latest Bollywood actress after Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma, Sonam Kapoor to enter the club of married actresses. Our desi Priyanka and pop singer Nick Jonas is all set to tie the knot in Jodhpur in December in a traditional Indian ceremony. Just before the wedding, Priyanka Chopra has distributed sweets but she ditched the traditional mithai and decided to distribute French macaroons to her co-stars and crew members of The Sky Is Pink.

Priyanka Chopra and her mother Madhu Chopra were in Paris, where they were shopping for the wedding. They bought special sweets to distribute to the people for the happy occasion. Priyanka’s co-stars in her upcoming movie received sweets box and found luxury sweets from Paris. Let us show you how the sweets were like.

The macaroons were from the French luxury dessert brand Maison Laudree, fancy enough? It is said that the sweets are of the same brand who catered at the engagement bash of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta.

 


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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas will get married at Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan Palace as per traditional Hindu ceremonies. The wedding will be divided into two ways. The wedding festivities will begin on November 28. The Christian wedding will take place on December 3. The couple will host the wedding reception later for their industry friends.

 

 

Both of them had their respective bachelorette and boy it was a treat to the eyes!



 

 

Nick had a lot of fun indeed and we too!

 

 

 


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We are too excited about this wedding. Priyanka pleasantly surprised every fan of hers when she announced her engagement with the singer and the cute couple will surely create much buzz with the wedding photos just like their bachelorette! Don’t you think so?