Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas swear by this marriage rule

Sarah Ilston
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Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin
Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are arguably one of Hollywood's most glamorous couples, but with two hugely successful careers spanning different continents — the pair have to stick to this one firm rule to make their long-distance relationship work.

Speaking to Elle in a recent interview, 38-year-old Chopra revealed that the couple never go more than three weeks without seeing each other — a rule they both decided on early on in their two-year marriage.

‘Wherever we are in the world, we fly to each other at least once a month for a couple of days,' says Chopra, 'otherwise we’d never see each other.' She joked that, due to the amount of scheduling that has to take place, their teams 'also had to get married’.

‘They have to talk to each other like, “I am scheduling her here. No, we can’t do it... This is when we’re free... We have to move this.” It’s like a big marriage. It’s not just us but our families and teams, too.’

Photo credit: Frazer Harrison
Photo credit: Frazer Harrison

Chopra and Jonas began dating in May 2018, after two years of running into each other at industry parties and 28-year-old Jonas' attempts to court his future wife from afar.

'I was taking a hiatus from guys at that point,' Chopra explained to Elle. 'I didn’t want anyone romantically, but there’s always been something about Nick, which is why we always ended up staying in touch, no matter where we were.'

Revealing that while the pair — who are ten years apart in age — had been sporadically meeting up and texting for two years before finally getting together, she certainly hadn't expected to be engaged a mere two months later.

'I didn’t expect the proposal at that point… it was two months! I thought it would happen but it was still a complete shock. I relinquished control and just went with it.'

Read the full interview with Elle here

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