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Chopra added “Jonas” to her name on Instagram and Twitter following her marriage to Nick in 2018.
Last week, Chopra dropped the second part of her surname without explanation, leading fans to speculate that the marriage between the pair had come to an end.
One fan tweeted: “Looks like something is wrong” while another added: “Just because a woman removes one part of a surname doesn’t mean it’s automatically divorce.”
You can see some more of the reaction below.
— KUNVAR SINGH (@kunvarsinghhh) November 22, 2021
First Amir khan
Then shikhar dhawan
Then sam and chay
Then zayn and gigi
Then shawn and camila
Now Nick n priyanka
😂😂wtf is this year even heading to#NickJonas #PriyankaChopra #Priyanka #PriyankaChoprahot #PriyankaChopraJonas pic.twitter.com/OtWS8f6Uta
— G Novachrono Ali (@Captain__MG) November 22, 2021
Just removing a surname(which was an add on after marriage)from her real Self-made Name; just on social media, Does really means *she’s getting a divorce*? I mean wtf! This world truly doesn’t deserve any women specially strong-headed/society’s norm breaking women #PriyankaChopra
— 🎀Neha🎀 (@neha10ulkar) November 22, 2021
However, some fans have noticed a sentimental message posted by Chopra on Monday (22 November), and believed this to be confirmation the couple are, in fact, still together.
Meanwhile, Chopra’s mother has reportedly spoken to News18, rubbishing the rumours of a split.
Madhu Chopra said: “It’s all rubbish, don’t spread rumours.”
Earlier this month, Chopra shared a picture of herself with her husband as they celebrated Diwali.
“Our first Diwali in our first home together. This one will always be special,” Chopra wrote on Instagram.
She. continued: “To everyone who honoured our home and my culture by not only dressing the part but dancing the night away, you made me feel like I was back home. And to the best husband and partner @nickjonas, you are what dreams are made of. I love you. My heart is so grateful and full.”
The Independent has reached out to representatives of both for comment.