Nick Jonas opens up about diabetes as Priyanka Chopra shares support

Brenda Watkins
November 20, 2018

As B-Town echoes loud of wedding bells from #DeepVeer tying the knot finally, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are also ready to unleash the festive vibes as the bride's mother lands at the reported wedding destination.

Nick's brother Kevin Jonas caught up with Access on Monday and revealed that he's really happy to see both of his brothers engaged and set to Wednesday, and revealed each of his brothers are "going to do it their way".

Nick Jonas is feeling thankful and grateful to his loved ones as he marks 13 years since he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, while his fiancée Priyanka Chopra expressed support for her beau. The picture on the left is me a few weeks after my diagnosis.

"On the right is me now".

Jonas says he now has full control of his daily activities and will not let the disease stop him from living life to the fullest.

'Everything about you is special.

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'Thank you to all my fans for your kind words and support. Before it all starts, Priyanka Chopra has announced her partnership with Amazon to create their wedding wish-list. "Their couple equation is at its very best and we know that by the cute online PDA both Nick and Priyanka share, much to their fans" delight. After his struggles with diabetes, Nick founded an NGO called, "Beyond Type 1" in 2015 to provide first-hand check-ups and medicines for people diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.

Wife-to-be, Priyanka Chopra commented on his post.

The duo marriage preparation is on swing.

The Baywatch star is set to marry Jonas on December 2 at Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, India, with Madhu spotted at the venue just days ago.

Chopra has also commented on some of her fiancé's Instagram posts with an adorable message.

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