After his wife Priyanka Chopra released a rare picture of their newborn daughter Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, whom they welcomed in January, Nick Jonas responded.
The actress shared a picture of herself smiling up at the camera while holding her kid on her lap, and the delighted father liked the post.
Her daughter’s face was hidden since her parents had kept it a secret from the moment she was born.
Another image on the Instagram post shows Chopra caressing her daughter’s feet as the girl’s leg is showing a little anklet.
Chopra’s description for the photo said, “Love like no other.”
The last time they shared a picture of Malti was on Father’s Day when Jonas proudly displayed a pair of personalised sneakers his wife had given him on a special day.
The back of each of his daughter’s white sneakers bore her initial, M, while Jonas’ shoe bore the words “MM’s Dad.” He stood holding his daughter aloft.
The couple revealed their daughter, who was born via surrogate, had spent more than three months in the newborn intensive care unit when they published the first picture of her publicly months after her birth (NICU).
On Mother’s Day, Jonas shared the news on Instagram and paid gratitude to his wife.
As we celebrate Mother’s Day, he said, “we can’t help but think back on the past few months and the rollercoaster we’ve been on, which we now know, so many people have also experienced.”
Our baby has been in the NICU for more than 100 days and is finally at home. Even though we had a challenging few months, it is now abundantly obvious how precious and delicious every moment is. Each family’s journey is unique and necessitates a certain level of trust.
Jonas continued: “We simply want to express our gratitude to each and every doctor, nurse, and specialist at Cedar Sinai in Los Angeles and Rady Children’s in La Jolla who selflessly supported us throughout the entire process. We are so happy that our little daughter is now home. Our new chapter is about to begin, and our baby is unquestionably a badass. Get going, M! You are loved by your parents.”