Allow us to put Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas's recent over-the-top wedding in perspective: The affair racked up so much attention that it claimed the title of second most Googled ceremony of the entire year....just behind the royal wedding. But, with a 75-foot veil and 18-foot wedding cake, are we really that surprised? Adding further notoriety to the big day (as if it needed any), Armie Hammer also revealed that his daughter, Harper, actually had a starring role in the nuptials. (Honestly, who WASN'T in this epic wedding!?)
While appearing on the Today show Thursday morning, the Call Me By Your Name star explained he wasn't able to attend the star-studded celebration due to work. But Hammer's wife, Elizabeth Chambers, accompanied four-year-old Harper to India, whose presence had been requested as the flower girl.
"I couldn't go because we were in Europe doing our press trip," he said. "But my wife and our daughter Harper went. She was one of the flower girls in the wedding."
Just wait, it gets cuter—the newly minted Jonases had a special reason for selecting this specific tot. Hammer shared that he and his wife actually witnessed Jonas and Chopra's first date! Talk about coming full circle.
"We were sitting there, we kinda watched the two of them talking and we were like, 'Hey, see what's going on?' And now they're married!" he added. Perhaps the Hammer crew is the Jonas good luck charm?
Chambers shared snippets of Harper's flower girl stint to Instagram, tagging the ceremony's location: Umaid Bhawan Palace. The photos reveal the mini wedding participant sporting a bright pink top with a matching striped skirt.
"So much love, tradition and celebration," Chambers captioned the post. "Happy wedding, PC and NJ. We love you and your love."
Leaving hardly any time to revel in their honeymoon stage, Jonas and Chopra have kept up a busy schedule since tying the knot. They even had another wedding on their agenda—the duo attended the nuptials of Isha Ambani, one of Chopra's bridesmaids and daughter of India's wealthiest man (casual), just Wednesday.