Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have reportedly obtained their marriage license

Priyanka Chopra shares another new photo from her weekend bachelorette celebration

Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Get Marriage License: Find Out When They're Getting Married

Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra came one step closer to becoming man and wife by obtaining a marriage license, if a report in an entertainment website is to be believed. Rumour has it that Priyanka and Nick's wedding will be hosted in India's Jodhpur and the venues will be the Umaid Bhavan Palace and Mehrangarh Fort. As per The Blast, Priyanka and Nick went to the Beverly Hills Courthouse last week and filled up the paperwork to obtain the license.

Priyanka and Nick held an Indian ceremony, roka in India after their reported engagement this summer.

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Priyanka Chopra is having a lot of fun lately and seems to be enjoying her time with friends in the USA. The actor attended a bridal shower in New York City.

Last week, the bride-to-be was joined by her cousin Parineeti Chopra and her future sister-in-law and "Game of Thrones" actor Sophie Turner, among others, as they headed to Amsterdam to enjoy Priyanka's final days as a bachelorette.

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In the midst of all the glamorous designer duds, Chopra dressed down for one night in striped pink pajamas to match the all-pink Instagram-gold restaurant Mama Kelly, as seen in a pic shared on her Instagram.

The couple after keeping their relationship under wraps made it official in August this year.

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