AceShowbiz - Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' relationship is seemingly still going strong. If a new report is to be believed, the "Quantico" actress and her husband are "very interested" in starting a family after sparking divorce speculations.
A source spilled to HollywoodLife.com on Tuesday, January 18 about the 39-year-old actress and her husband's romance after she removed his last name from her Instagram and Twitter bio. "When it comes to their relationship, they give each the attention it deserves. [Their relationship] is happy and healthy with so much love surrounding it," the insider claimed.
The so-called inside source went on noting that Priyanka and the one-third of the Jonas Brothers are still both "very interested in a future family together," but for now, "their focus is on their busy career." The informant added that they're currently "enjoying time with each other when they aren't working."
"They are on their own pace and aren't going to be rushed or be pushed into a place where their fans want their relationship to go," the insider explained. The source further insisted that "all is well with Nick and Pri, and it is really nice to see."
The source close to the married couple also shared that both Priyanka and Nick "know the drill about being in a Hollywood relationship." The informant also elaborated that the twosome knew that everything they do "will be speculated on and looked at in each and every way."
The reports arrived just days after Priyanka addressed the wild speculation that there might be trouble in paradise in her relationship with the "Jealous" crooner. During an interview with Vanity Fair, the "Baywatch" star shared that the online reaction left her feeling "very vulnerable."
"It's a very vulnerable feeling, actually, that if I post a picture, everything that's behind me in that picture is going to be zoomed in on, and people are going to speculate," Priyanka told the outlet. "The Matrix Resurrections" actress added, "It's just a professional hazard. Because of the noise of social media, because of the prevalence that it has in our lives, I think it seems a lot larger than it is. I think that we give it a lot more credence in real life, and I don't think it needs that."