Nick Jonas just lately opened up in regards to the expertise of changing into a father for the primary time. Nick welcomed his daughter, Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, with his spouse Priyanka Chopra by way of surrogacy earlier this yr. He stated that it’s been a magical journey for him and Priyanka.

However, Nick famous that the journey has additionally been a wild one. Malti needed to spend over three months in the Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) earlier than they might carry her dwelling.

The singer-songwriter, finest identified for being one-third of the pop trio, Jonas Brothers, was selling his upcoming present Dancing With Myself at The Kelly Clarkson Show when he obtained congratulations on changing into a father. In response, he stated, “It’s fairly wild.”

Looking at the image of Malti he and Priyanka had shared on Mother’s Day, during which they’d her face hidden with a white coronary heart sticker, Nick stated, “She has acquired a little coronary heart face. She is perfect, it’s simply been a magical season of our lives and likewise fairly wild. But it’s a blessing to have her dwelling, and it’s fantastic.”

Nick had beforehand revealed that his dad and mom are additionally thrilled after changing into grandparents. He informed NBC, “It’s an enormous household now, my brothers acquired youngsters, Jonas household retains rising. My dad and mom are thrilled- grandparents of now 4 stunning granddaughters.” Nick’s brother Kevin Jonas has two daughters with his spouse Danielle Jonas- Valentina Angelina and Alena Rose. Joe Jonas additionally has a daughter Willa with his wife- actor Sophie Turner, and they’re at present anticipating their second baby.

Priyanka had spoken about Malti’s powerful hospital journey in her Mother’s Day put up. The actor wrote, “On this Mother’s Day we will assist however mirror on these previous couple of months and the rollercoaster we’ve been on, which we now know, so many individuals have additionally skilled. After 100 plus days within the NICU, our little woman is lastly dwelling.”

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