Priyanka Chopra has revealed details from Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’ surprise Las Vegas wedding, including how the couple handed out invites to guests at the Billboard Awards, before dashing off to the chapel in a pink hummer.
The 36-year-old actress said that the night was completely reflective of the fun, laidback newlyweds, who she affectionately calls ‘Jophie’, and that they’ll be having a second, less-impromptu wedding at some point too.
“It was so fun, it was so Jophie, that’s what I call them, it’s such a Jophie thing to do, and they’re going to have this amazing, beautiful wedding obviously,” the star told Access Hollywood.
Chopra, who is married to Joe’s younger brother Nick Jonas, added that there was no dress code – although the Game of Thrones star bride did wear a white jumpsuit and veil – and how they were relieved that guests showed up.
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“It was really funny, we were at the Billboards Awards and Joe had this idea that he wanted to do this, and he had these little black cards that we all got and we were randomly inviting our friends and people we met,” she recalled.
“And it was like right, we’re going to set up this wedding now, we’re going to the chapel and please arrive, please arrive! And we had Diplo and Khalid, and Diplo instagrammed live. It was so funny, and we were driving this pink hummer limo, it was epic.
“It was a Jophie kind of night!”
Meanwhile, Chopra was discussing her extravagant Met Gala outfit on USA Today, and how it was inspired by King Louis era and Johnny Depp in Alice in Wonderland.
She went on to confirm that the 2018 Met Gala with now-husband Nick Jonas was the start of their blossoming relationship, adding: “We knew each other before – but at the Met Gala, because we were with Ralph Lauren we were the two single people so they were like, ‘do you want to walk together?’ And that was the first time we had spent time together. Then he slid into my DMs!”
Chopra and Jonas had a spectacular five-day wedding event in India, followed by more intimate family receptions in December last year.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK.