Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra celebrated the birth of their first child this year, and now, they’re finding ways to balance their lives while being new parents.
In a new interview with People, the singer said they’ve been feeling “gratitude” in having their baby girl, Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, home with them following her 100-plus-day stay in the neonatal intensive care unit.
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He said the experience of having her stay in the hospital after she was born via surrogate was “eye-opening in a lot of ways.”
Jonas said he and Chopra decided to shared their story on social media to help other parents going though similar difficult situations.
“It was really important that people know that whatever their journey is or whatever challenges might come up, you’re not alone,” he said. “The power of social media is that it connects us all and makes this very big world a little bit smaller.”
Despite the whirlwind of emotions Jonas and Chopra have gone through in the past several months as they also try to balance their high-profile careers, the Jonas Brothers star said they’re lucky to have each other.
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Jonas said the Quantico actress “was a rock the whole time and continues to be.” He added, “I’m grateful to have a teammate in Pri.”
And Chopra feels the same about her husband of four years.
She said she has watched him “create music, write scripts, launch businesses, among many other things, all while being so present.” She added, “He’s an incredible son, brother, husband, friend and father. I don’t know how I got so lucky.”
Chopra and Jonas married in December 2018, just seven months after they began dating. They celebrated their love in a lavish days-long fete that included a Hindu and a Christian ceremony.
“I felt a kind of peace in my spirit about it all that I had not felt before,” Jonas said about their passionate relationship and quick engagement. “I just tried to follow that, and as I continued to follow it, it led me to some pretty big milestones, which were engagement and marriage within six months. It all worked out and is wonderful.”
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.