By Scott Wilson and Howard Schneider, BuzzFeed News
Priyanka Chopra Jonas might be delaying the arrival of baby No. 2 until 2020. But according to a series of photos posted to Instagram over the past few days, they’re not exactly having trouble making it happen.
The picture of the 29-year-old Indian actress, who married the 31-year-old “Jumanji” actor in December 2018, taken on Thursday by Jonas’s cousin Danielle Jonas is her latest post bragging about how excited they are to become parents.
“We are feeling sooo blessed,” she wrote in the caption. “And @nickjonas has made one of his most precious dreams come true. A child.”
There’s that smile again. They look the picture of blissful marital bliss.
The U.S. actress didn’t start posting photos of her hand-up sonogram until Wednesday, however, with the caption “Thank you God for this most precious gift,” and Jonas’s poster, posted before Christmas, didn’t mention their future children. But it did show one of his brothers, Frankie, 10 months, taking a nap, and captioned this one: “Carrie, honestly, you brought so much joy to my life I still can’t get it all outta my head.”
She later posted a selfie of her and the two newlyweds with the caption “Babydaddy” and the caption “Happy Valentine’s Day.”
But she’s been posting all kinds of baby joy since, including one of her two younger, less-known half-sisters, Parineeti Chopra, goofing around in between shots of Priyanka as she woke up for work.
“I gotta get this s**t going,” she told Jonas, who was laid back in the photo, writing in the caption that his “attitude is ALL I need.”
The pair appeared ready to rock during their romantic day on the beach in India this past April, in which Jonas gave Priyanka a necklace he’d made for her, wore his dark hair in a buzzcut and seemed to feel her legs.
The couple met in 2017 through Jonas’s brother Kevin Jonas, who was dating pop star Demi Lovato when Priyanka came on the scene. Priyanka and Jonas announced their engagement on Instagram in June 2018.
“There is no one in the world that I’d rather spend the rest of my life with than you,” Jonas, who hails from Milwaukee, said at the time. “Thank you for making me the happiest man alive. You make me laugh harder than anyone I’ve ever met. You make me more loving and compassionate and humble than I have ever imagined.”