If it wasn’t plain to see before why Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas fell in love, it certainly is now. Days after officially announcing their engagement, the beautiful couple paid a visit to St. Catherine’s Home in Mumbai, a place for orphaned girls and women where the Bollywood actress has been volunteering for over a decade. Spending their newly engaged hours giving back is just one of the many reasons fans adore Hollywood’s latest it couple!
The 36-year-old shared a heartwarming video of Nick, 25, singing “Love Bug,” an old Jonas Brothers song, to the big group of girls. She captioned the snap: “12 years of knowing these girls and in minutes they get all love struck by the #lovebug... thank you @nickjonas and our families. Thank you to the sisters and all the girls at St. Catherine’s orphanage for opening your hearts to us again. I’ll see you next time.” Obviously Priyanka isn’t the only one who has heart eyes for the musician!
But he wasn’t the only one to join in on the festivities that day. Nick shared a sweet video on his Instagram story of his fiancé dancing next to a young girl, writing, “St. Catherine’s orphanage today. My heart is full” alongside a heart emoji and Priyanka’s social media handle.
The big-hearted appearance comes just days after the couple officially announced their wedding plans – the cherry on top of months of speculation, as fans watched them step out on lavish dates, travel together and get cozy on Memorial Day weekend. On Aug. 18, Nick and Priyanka took to social media to share matching photos, with the actress writing: “Taken.. With all my heart and soul,” and Nick captioning it: “Future Mrs. Jonas. My heart. My love.” The snap showed off Priyanka’s massive engagement ring.
While no wedding plans have been announced yet, the dynamic duo celebrated with a traditional Roka ceremony in Priyanka’s home country. This is an important pre-wedding ritual, which celebrates the official announcement and consent of the couple getting married to each other. According to weddingdoers.com, the first ritual is the Tilak ceremony, where a paste is made of sandalwood and rice grains, which is applied to the foreheads of both parties. Then, a blessing occurs by the elders, followed by both families giving and receiving gifts.