She explained: "I'm eager to come to the United Kingdom to do a workout with Russell [Bateman], the founder of SBC". During an interview on The Wendy Williams Show, Priyanka Chopra admitted that she is rooting for Markle and Harry to make it. Royal watchers aren't the only ones full of wishful thinking for a royal wedding.
"We talk about more my stress than hers, she doesn't seem to have any now", Chopra told Williams. So I'm just super happy for her that she found someone that she seems to really be into.
The 34-year-old actress also opened up about how she maintains a supportive friendship with Markle, telling ET, "I'm a girls' girl". Now, there have been far fewer best friend posts, but Chopra says they still talk on the phone.
An engagement wouldn't be a complete surprise to the actress either. Since then, she has spent considerable time with her beau both in England and on vacation. "They see a life together", the source told the mag.
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Wendy also asked Priyanka, who is promoting her first American feature film Baywatch, about her own love life, but the actress said she was exhausted of being asked why she always needed a date to a red carpet event. But the Mirror reported that the 33-year-old prince has gained the approval of the Queen Mother.
The "Quantico" actress was also asked whether or not she would serve as a bridesmaid in the wedding. It's believed that the upcoming season of "Suits" will be her last.
While the focus was mostly on Chopra's Carmen Sandiego-esque gown from the event, others wanted to know if she was involved with the former Jonas brother.
There's no way he's going to let someone like Meghan slip away, especially since they are so close to making things official between them.
"I hope so", Chopra said.