In case Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra need any #relationshipgoals inspiration, they need to only look to Chopra's BFF Meghan Markle and her new husband Prince Harry. (Have you heard of them?) In fact, they did just that over the weekend when Jonas and Chopra seemed to recreate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's iconic engagement photo.
Last night, the couple attended the Ralph Lauren 50th Anniversary fashion show during New York Fashion Week, where Jonas looked dashing in a white tux with a black bowtie and Chopra stunned in a black and silver high-neck houndstooth gown. While the couple was photographed by paparazzi all night long, there was one shot in particular that really stood out.
Later in the evening, the 25-year-old singer and 36-year-old actress had their portrait taken, and their pose looks incredibly reminiscent of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement photo pose. In the photo, Chopra sits on the floor leaning on Jonas's legs, while showing off her massive engagement ring. And considering that the pic was snapped by none other than Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's engagement and wedding photographer Alexi Lubomirski, we have to believe that the similarity is intentional.
The New York Fashion Week party wasn't the only excitement for Chopra and Jonas during their trip to Manhattan. Last week, the couple enjoyed a double date at the U.S. Open with Nick's older brother Joe Jonas and his fiancée actress Sophie Turner. Then on Friday, Jonas appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to dish about his relationship with Chopra.
“Do you guys have a celebrity nickname?” Jimmy Fallon asked Jonas during the interview. “Oh boy,” Jonas replied. Fallon then asked the question to Chopra, who was backstage.
“Prick!” Chopra yelled, which resulted in a eruption of laughter from the audience.
“She likes prick,” Jonas said. “I don’t like that one that much.”
Jonas added that even though their engagement was quick, the two knew it was true love from the start.
“It was immediate," he said. "We knew it was right and just kind of jumped right in."