Nick Jonas Gushes Over Daughter Malti’s ‘Mischievous Perspective’ – Hollywood Life

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Nick Jonas, 31, couldn’t assist however reward his 10-month-old daughter Malti‘s persona, in a brand new interview. The singer in contrast the baby to his spouse Priyanka Chopra, 41, and revealed she has a “mischievous perspective” and fairly the humorousness.

“It’s so encouraging to be round folks like that [who don’t take themselves too seriously],” Nick stated on the most recent episode of the Learn the Room podcast. “I’m not speaking about self-deprecating stuff, [but] like should you stroll right into a door, it’s humorous. It’s not like, ‘Haha, you’re an fool.’ It’s like, ‘We love you and all of us noticed it.’ I feel it’s a extremely beautiful high quality to have in folks. And clearly, my spouse embodies that in spades.”

Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra
Nick and Priyanka at a earlier occasion. (Shutterstock)

“We’re seeing it now manifest in our daughter in a means that’s good,” the proud dad continued. “Her humorousness and her means to snicker at conditions, and even her mischievous perspective, it’s nice.”

Nick additionally opened up about how life as a father has modified him. “You understand rapidly after getting a toddler which you could’t management every little thing,” he stated. “I feel that was the most important lesson for me at a stage in my life I didn’t count on to be taught. … You recognize, we went via a extremely robust couple of months firstly of her life and you’ve got that imaginative and prescient [of] the way it’s going to go all through your complete life, after which it’s one thing fully totally different. Then, day by day from there’s fully totally different and presents its personal set of challenges.”

Malti has already been to Nick’s concert events with the Jonas Brothers on their tour, which began in August, and the “Chains” crooner additionally talked about how having a child has affected him bodily. “I feel this [new wrist injury] comes from holding our daughter,” he stated. “I form of do that factor the place I grow to be her seat and he or she simply factors to the place she needs to go.”

“She likes to be wanting ahead when she’s being held and doesn’t prefer it to be an embrace,” he added. “It’s such as you’re her experience. And now that she’s getting larger, thank God, yesterday after I felt this ache in my wrist, I used to be attempting to determine the place it was coming from. ‘Oh, it’s the child’s fault.’”