Why did Priyanka Chopra remove her surname on social media?

Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas dropped her name suffix 'Jonas' from her social media accounts. The actor has removed Chopra Jonas from her Instagram and Twitter accounts and is now going by only Priyanka.

Well, this has led to rumours that things aren't fine between the Priyanka and husband, singer Nick Jonas.

The duo are considered as one of the most loving couples in the industry.

Earlier, Priyanka shared her first look from the much-awaited film The Matrix Resurrections, starring Keanu Reeves. However, fans seemed to be more interested about her name change.

Netizens are now commenting as to why she decided to drop the surname. Gossipmongers have already started speculating if the couple was headed for a divorce. 

Meanwhile, on Monday night, Nick took to Instagram to share a video of himself performing some bicep curls during a workout session. "Monday motivation. Let's get it," Nick captioned the post.

And amid the divorce rumours, Priyanka commented on the post, "Damn! I just died in your arms."

Well, that doesn't end there. Some social media users also compared her with actress Samantha, who recently announced separation with husband Naga Chaitanya. Samantha too had initially dropped the family name Akkineni on social media and triggered divorce rumours. And back then, amid the rumours, she too had commented on husband Naga Chaitanya's post. Fans are now also wondering if PC is going the Samantha way.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in 2018. 

Earlier this year, Priyanka celebrated her first Diwali with Nick at their home. Sharing photos, she wrote, “Our first diwali in our first home together. This one will always be special. Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this evening so special. You’re my angels. 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.”

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