Priyanka Chopra Confesses to 'Having Freak Out Moment' Before Walking Down the Aisle

Priyanka Chopra Confesses to 'Having Freak Out Moment' Before Walking Down the Aisle


The former ‘Quantico’ star opens up about suffering panic attack at her wedding to Nick Jonas when she stopped by ‘Good Morning America’ to promote ‘Isn’t It Romantic?’.

Priyanka Chopra suffered a “panic attack” just before she exchanged vows with husband Nick Jonas in December (18).

The “Baywatch” star and the “Jealous” hitmaker tied the knot during two ceremonies in Jodhpur, India and now the actress reveals she was overcome with nerves minutes before the first wedding.

“I kind of had a freak out moment right before I was supposed to walk down the aisle,” the new bride told U.S. breakfast show “Good Morning America” on Wednesday, February 06. “I remember them putting the veil on me and the veil was like 75 feet…, but I had a freak out moment when I was standing behind the curtains and they were going to tell me when to walk out and the music was going to start playing… I just started having a panic attack.”

“Then the doors opened and I saw him (Jonas) and I cannot forget that moment.”

The couple doubled up with two ceremonies – one Christian and one Hindu – and then hosted a series of receptions and wedding parties, and Priyanka admits she was tired of all the celebrations by the time the last one came around.

“I was so weddinged (sic) out by the last one,” she said. “Even we didn’t have a moment to be like, ‘OK, what are we feeling?’, because we were celebrating with so many people, but its OK.”

The newlyweds recently celebrated their nuptials with family and friends in Belmont, North Carolina, where Jonas’ father Kevin grew up and owns a restaurant. The bash on 27 January was headlined by DNCE, the group fronted by Nick’s brother Joe Jonas.

Nick and Priyanka enjoyed a jet-setting honeymoon between the weddings and last month’s party – they spent Christmas in London with Joe’s fiancee Sophie Turner and her family, before heading to the Swiss Alps, where they rang in 2019 with loved ones, and then flew to the Caribbean.