Priyanka Chopra rocks her bachelorette party with Sophie Turner, Parineeti Chopra

Right after her bridal party at the very posh Tiffany’s in New York, actress Priyanka Chopra has taken her girl gang out for her best bachelorette party. The actress posted pictures of her and friends setting the Dutch capital alight as they celebrated her impending wedding. 

The actress left New York for Amsterdam to celebrate a bachelorette weekend. Dressed in a stylish off-shoulder sweater and knee high boots, the girl gang first took off for a boatride to the many lunch locations in town, before heading out for a fun night. 

The gang certainly seems to have had a good time, with dancing and some tequila shots. The actress was accompanied by Sophie Turner, who is also engaged to Joe Jonas. The two actresses certainly seem to enjoy great chemistry, and have even shared pictures with the tags #JSisters. 

In addition, Chopra showed off some of her Punjabi strength carrying the Game of Thrones actress as they danced around the streets of Amsterdam. 

With the wedding date fixed for December, Chopra seems to be enjoying her time. The actress certainly did not shy away from sharing pictures of her trip, including one of her sunning on board the boat while showing off her diamond encrusted engagement ring from Tiffany’s. 

There was no dearth of fashion either as the women showed off their style as they set out on town. Chopra was joined in Amsterdam by cousin and actress Parineeti Chopra, who dropped in to wish her sister luck and have fun. Priyanka set the party alight with her flowing feathery gown. 

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Of course, no bachelorette party would ever be complete without shots of tequila being shared around. The actress has already demonstrated a fondness for the liquor having chugged it at the Oscar red carpet, but seemed to enjoy the company of her friends more than the liquor. 

Reports suggest Chopra and Jonas are set to be married in Jodhpur’s Umaid Bhawan palace on 2 December in both traditional Hindu and Christian ceremonies. 

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