A day after making their engagement Instagram official, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas paid a visit to a girls' orphanage in Mumbai, during their tour of India. On Sunday, Jonas posted a video to his Instagram Story that showed Chopra dancing next to a girl at St. Catherine's Home in Andheri West, Mumbai. "St. Catherine's orphanage today. My heart is full," he wrote, adding a red heart emoji. Then, on Monday, Chopra posted to her Instagram a video from their visit showing Jonas performing the Jonas brothers song "Lovebug" for the girls.
"12 years of knowing these girls and in minutes they all get love struck by the #lovebug... thank you @nickjonas and our families," she wrote in the caption. "Thank you to the sisters and all the girls at St. Catherine’s orphanage for opening your hearts to us again. I’ll see you next time."
As Chopra mentioned, she's been visiting St. Catherine's for the past 12 years. During previous visits, she's also scheduled and attended screenings of two of her movies, Planes 3D and Mary Kom, for the girls, according to DNA India.
Chopra and Jonas's visit comes just a day after they celebrated their engagement with their families in a traditional roka ceremony. According to Chopra's photos from the event, her mom, Madhu; her brother, Siddharth; and Jonas's mom and dad, Denise and Kevin Sr., were all present. "The only way to do this... with Family and God. Thank you all for your wishes and blessings 🙏🏼♥️🎉," she wrote in the caption.
"Taken.. With all my heart and soul," she added in the caption of another photo showing the pair gazing deeply into each other's eyes. Jonas also posted the photo and captioned it, "Future Mrs. Jonas. My heart. My love."