On Monday, the Isn’t It Romantic star marked the milestone moment in their relationship by sharing a never-before-seen photo from her first date with the singer at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium.
In the photo, the couple can be seen wearing matching blue baseball caps while sitting courtside.
“Two years ago today we took our very first picture together. Every day since then you have brought me endless joy and happiness,” Chopra wrote in the caption.
“I love you @nickjonas. Thank you for making our life together so incredible,“ she continued. ”Here’s to many more date nights...”
Jonas replied in the comments, writing: “Best two years of my life. I love you.”
Shortly after Chopra posted the photo, her husband shared his own heartfelt message alongside another image of the couple both posing in cowboy hats.
“This beautiful woman and I went on our first date two years ago today,” Jonas, wrote.
“It has been the best two years of my life, and to think I am lucky enough to get to spend the rest of my life with her is such an incredible blessing. I love you babe. Happy two years @priyankachopra.”
In December, the couple celebrated their first wedding anniversary after tying the knot in Chopra’s home country of India on 1 December 2018. They staged a second traditional Hindu ceremony the next day, and subsequently held several wedding receptions.
The pair are currently self-isolating together in Los Angeles and have been doing so since the beginning of March because Jonas is a Type 1 diabetic.
In an article written for Vogue, Chopra shared how they have been using the time to “sharpen their creative skills”.
As well as watching their favourite films and television shows, Chopra said that the singer has been giving her piano lessons.
“I’ve also started the piano — I make my husband teach me,” she revealed. “I’ve never played, but I’ve always wanted to learn an instrument, so I make him give me a half-hour or 45-minute lesson every day.”
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