The famous duo regularly post loved-up snaps on their respective social media feeds, much to the delight of their legions of fans.
Now, to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the day they met, Jonas has uploaded a candid photograph of the couple posing on a balcony at Cannes Film Festival, presumably taken before they ventured out onto the event’s star-studded red carpet.
Both in white, Jonas is pictured wearing a fitted tuxedo while Chopra donned a bridal-like gown by Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika that boasted copious layers of tulle.
Recalling the day they met in the image’s caption, Jonas wrote: “One year ago today I went to go see Beauty and the Beast at the Hollywood Bowl with a group of friends.
"One of those friends was the woman that would become my best friend, my confidant, my muse, my beautiful wife. I am so grateful for our journey together so far.”
The singer added that Chopra makes him smile “every day”.
“I am honoured to be your husband,” he concluded, “I love you.”
The post, which Jonas uploaded on Sunday, has already garnered more than 3.2 million likes and thousands of comments congratulating the couple on the milestone.
“All the men, take note of Nick Jonas,” wrote one fan.
“Hollywood and regular people in general need more of this positive love model,” added another.
The couple tied the knot in two ceremonies in December.
Chopra also posted a special dedication to her husband on Instagram, revealing that the duo were apart for their anniversary, but that he had surprised her with tickets to see Mariah Carey in concert in London.
“The best husband ever,” the actor wrote. “A #lambily member’s dream came true...Even though he was busy and we were apart, he made sure I celebrated our one year anniversary with my fave. You will always be my baby @nickjonas.”
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