- They were accompanied by Madhu Chopra, Parineeti and her family
- Nick's brother Joe Jonas and his fiancee Sophie Turner were also there
- Priyanka and Nick will marry on December 2
On Thursday afternoon, flashbulbs popped incessantly at star couple Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas in Jodhpur, their wedding destination. The couple were guarded by heavy security at the airport. Bride-to-be Priyanka wore a beautiful white suit with a colourful dupatta and Nick was casually dressed. They were accompanied by Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra, cousin Parineeti and her family. Nick's brother Joe Jonas and his fiancee Sophie Turner were also there. Ganesh Hegde, who is reportedly choreographing the sangeet, arrived in Jodhpur too. TV presenter Anusha Dandekar and her boyfriend Karan Kundra were also spotted.
Take a look at the pictures from Jodhpur here.
Later, Nick's parents Paul Kevin and Denise, brother Kevin and his wife Danielle also arrived in Jodhpur.
In Mumbai, Priyanka and Nick waved at the shutterbugs with big smiles on their faces. (Can't miss the glow on Priyanka's face).
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding celebrations started with a puja at the actress' Mumbai home on Wednesday afternoon. For the puja, Priyanka wore an embroidered pastel blue suit while Nick complemented her in a pink kurta pyjama set. Joe and Sophie also attended it.
Here are the pictures from the ceremony.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' pre-wedding ceremonies are expected to begin today. Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort is reportedly the venue for the ceremonies and the wedding will be in the Umaid Bhawan Palace. As per previous media reports, a sangeet ceremony, a mehendi function have been line-up ahead of the big wedding. A Christian wedding is also on the cards. Priyanka and Nick will marry on December 2.
Priyanka Chopra, 36, and Nick Jonas, 26, got engaged in a private roka ceremony in Mumbai in August this year.
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