On Friday, October 13, Nick Jonas was joined by his wife Priyanka Chopra and their daughter, Malti Marie, just before he took the stage for a Jonas Brothers concert at Amway Center in Orlando. Jonas shared some adorable photos of himself with the 21-month-old on Instagram.
In the first pic in the carousel of black-and-white images, Jonas is holding Malti in his arms and pressing his head to hers as she reaches towards him. The baby is wearing tiny Crocs on her feet, a smocked shirt, and a star-patterned skirt. In the next pic, the couple admire their baby together as she touches her dad’s nose. And in the final slide, Jonas is singing out to his audience under the spotlight.
In the caption he wrote, “Bring your family to work day,” adding a red heart emoji.
In a TikTok shared by fans, Chopra could be seen bringing Malti to the event wearing a sexy pink minidress with a cut out back. Over Malti’s ears were a pair of bright pink noise canceling headphones to protect her hearing.
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Malti was born in 2022 via surrogate and spent over three months in the NICU after her delivery. Earlier this year, Chopra told British Vogue that being a mother has really changed her pace of life and decision making process.
“It’s been 20 years of hustling and working at breakneck speed. I’ve always been like, ‘What’s the next thing?’ But now I feel I have a center, a sense of calm, because every decision ends up being about her,” she said. “I want her to be able to look back and be proud of my choices. I want to do right by her.”
In another interview with US Weekly, she explained how she and Jonas juggle parenting with a lot of help from their own family.
“My mom’s around, Nick’s parents come in when we have to travel,” Chopra said. “Both of us have to travel, but you kind of make it work. It takes a village and she’s the greatest gift of our lives.”
The Citadel actress added, “I was raised by a working mother and father and you just kind of [juggle everything]. You rely on the community around you. I was raised by my grandmom, my grandparents when my mom and dad would be at work. And we do the same.”