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Priyanka Chopra thanks PM Modi for attending her wedding reception

Priyanka Chopra thanks PM Modi for attending her wedding reception
A heartfelt thank you to our Hon''ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji. Photo Credit: Priyanka Chopra/ Twitter.

New Delhi, December 5

Actor Priyanka Chopra on Wednesday expressed her gratitude towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi for attending her wedding reception here.

Priyanka, who got married to American singer Nick Jonas last weekend in a lavish twin wedding ceremony in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, appeared for a photo-op at Hotel Taj Palace in the national capital.

PM Modi was one of the prominent dignitaries at the event which was a close-knit affair with family and close friends.

Priyanka took to Twitter to thank the prime minister for his blessings.

Tagging Nick, the 36-year-old actor wrote, "A heartfelt thank you to our Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji for gracing us with your presence. Touched by your kind words and blessings."        

Similar to the two-part nuptials, the reception was also a fiercely guarded event.

There was tight security around the luxury hotel and since the prime minister attended the event, policemen were also on their toes.

Priyanka and Nick, 26, exchanged wedding vows on December 1 at Jodhpur's majestic Umaid Bhawan Palace in a Catholic ceremony officiated by the groom's father Kevin Jonas Sr. It was followed by an equally grand wedding as per Hindu traditions on December 2.

Congratulations have been pouring in—both from within the fraternity and outside - since the couple first exchanged vows. — PTI


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