The 36-year-old Priyanka Chopra has shared another eye-catching photo along with her husband Nick Jonas on her Instagram profile today and must say that the newly-married couple are making Miami look so good. The Quantico actress can be seen smiling as Nick looks at her. She has captioned the post as, “To live for days like this” and accompanied the post with a hashtag “#BoatLife” and with a heart emoji. The post has received around 5 lakh likes on install within a few hours.

Take a look at Priyanka’s post here:

Some Fabulous Pictures From Priyanka-Jonas “Boat Life” / tnbclive.in

The Quantico actress has been actively sharing her pictures from Miami diaries. She also shared a video in which Priyanka with Nick, Kevin and Sophie Turner, and Joe Jonas could be found grooving to the song Tareefan from Kareena Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor’s film Veere Di Wedding.

Priyanka captioned the shared video as, “When Bollywood music kicks.”

Take a look at the post here:

Some Fabulous Pictures From Priyanka-Jonas “Boat Life” / tnbclive.in

Here are some more excellent posts from Priyanka-Nick’s Miami vacation:

Some Fabulous Pictures From Priyanka-Jonas “Boat Life” / tnbclive.in

Some Fabulous Pictures From Priyanka-Jonas “Boat Life” / tnbclive.in

Some Fabulous Pictures From Priyanka-Jonas “Boat Life” / tnbclive.in

Actress Priyanka Chopra was last seen casting in Hollywood movie Isn’t It Romantic? alongside Liam Hemsworth, Rebel Wilson, and Adam DeVine. She is also featured in Jonas Brothers’ new single Sucker.

Priyanka’s upcoming projects include Shonali Bose’s The Sky Is Pinki, in which she is co-stars with Zaira Wasim and Farhan Akhtar, is scheduled to release in October 2019.

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