Priyanka Chopra goes pants-free to her bachelorette party

Parineeti Chopra joins sister Priyanka Chopra's Bachelorette squad See pic

After a big bash in NY, the global superstar headed to Amsterdam with her gal-pals, Parineeti Chopra and future sister-in-law Sophie Turner for an extravagant bachelorette party.

Priyanka was flooded with comments from fans who loved her bachelorette look.

Priyanka also found the time for an outfit change during the celebration day, as she also shared photos of herself in a checked skirt and bright sweater, accessories with a "bride-to-be" sash and tiara.

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Parineeti responded: "Nick Jonas, she is very hard to get!"

Having grown up in a household with doctor parents who served in the Indian army, Priyanka won the Miss World title and decided to make a difference on a global scale at the tender age of 18. With this, we can not wait to know if she manages to shell out 5 million from Nick's bank account as her shoe-hiding fee. Priyanka donned a number of ensembles but her most memorable one was a fun white dress to mark her bridal turn, replete with feathers and sequins. The girl gang includes cousin Parineeti Chopra, soon-to-be sister-in-law Sophie Turner and others. The traditional Hindu ceremony is reportedly scheduled to take place on December 2 at Jodhpur.

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