Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra welcomed their adorable child three months ago. Recently, Priyanka shared the first photo of her newborn daughter and revealed her baby girl spent over 100 days in the NICU after her birth in a message shared to her Instagram account on Mother’s Day.  

The 39-year-old star posted a photo of herself and her husband, Nick Jonas, spending a bit of quality time with their newborn girl Malti Marie. She also wrote a lengthy message to let her followers know about her daughter’s journey home. 

Chopra began her message by expressing that she and her husband, who is 29, had been looking back on the recent past. She wrote, “On this Mother’s Day we can’t help but reflect on these last few months and the rollercoaster we’ve been on, which we now know, so many people have also experienced.”

The former Quantico star then revealed that her baby daughter had been cleared to return home with her parents. She noted, “After 100 plus days in the NICU, our little girl is finally home. Every family’s journey is unique and requires a certain level of faith.”

Chopra pointed out that she and Jonas had come to realize that they were just happy to be able to spend time together as a family. She said, “While ours was a challenging few months, what becomes abundantly clear, in retrospect, is how precious and perfect every moment is.” You can check out Priyanka’s post below.

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