Baby is a “gift” – Socialite Life

Nick Jonas‘ daughter is a ‘gift’.

The Jonas Brothers singer and his wife Priyanka Chopra welcomed baby Malti Marie into the world via surrogate in January and the 29-year-old star admitted life is “beautiful” now that he is a first-time father.

Speaking on ‘Today’ about being a new dad, Nick gushed: “Life is good.

“She is a gift. We are so blessed.

Malti only recently returned home after spending 100 days in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and the couple “feel blessed” that their daughter is finally home.

A source said recently: “Nick and Priyanka couldn’t be happier to have their baby girl home with them. It’s been a heartbreaking few months but both parents have not lost hope and remain optimistic.

“Malti is a small fighter and truly a miracle. Nick and Priyanka feel blessed and appreciated everyone’s outpouring of love and support during this time.

To celebrate Mother’s Day in the US earlier this month, Priyanka shared a photo of Malti on Instagram for the first time and revealed they’ve been on a “roller coaster” with the youngster’s health.

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She wrote: “On this Mother’s Day, we can’t help but reflect on the past few months and the roller coaster we’ve been on, that we now know, that so many people have also been on. After more than 100 days in the NICU, our baby girl is finally home.

The “Baywatch” star also thanked the doctors and nurses who cared for her baby girl.

Priyanka – who has been married to Nick since 2018 – wrote on the photo-sharing platform: “Every family’s journey is unique and requires a certain level of faith, and while ours has been a difficult few months, which is becoming very clear, in retrospect, is how precious and perfect every moment is. We are thrilled that our baby girl is finally home and we just want to thank all of the doctors, nurses and specialists at Rady Children’s La Jolla and Cedar Sinai, Los Angeles who have been there selflessly every step of the way. Our next chapter starts now, and our baby is a really bad ***. Let’s go MM! Mom and dad love you. (sic)”

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