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Keep her out of it; Priyanka Chopra puts a stop to her child’s harassment.

Many people questioned her choice to have a child through surrogacy instead of bearing it herself.

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While Priyanka Chopra Jonas has a thick skin when it comes to dealing with internet trolls, she draws the line when it comes to her kid. She and her husband, American music star Nick Jonas, received their first child, Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, via surrogate in January of last year.

But once the former Miss World becomes a public figure again, the bullies come out in force. It was the same story again. Many people questioned her choice to have a child via surrogacy instead of carrying the child herself. Though Chopra is used to taking criticism in stride, she opens up about her struggles in an interview with British Vogue.

When asked about being a mom, Priyanka Chopra revealed that her kid was born a full trimester prematurely. I witnessed her exit the surgery room. Smaller than my hand, she was incredibly little. Witnessing the work of ICU nurses was an eye-opening experience. The work they do is holy. When they intubated her, Nick and I watched from the sidelines. I can’t imagine where they found the space to intubate such a tiny baby. Furthermore, she said, “I didn’t know if she would make it or not.”

The Bajirao Mastani actress explained that she couldn’t bear her daughter because of medical issues. Chopra explained, “I had medical issues.” “Because of the circumstances, I was able to make this important move.” The six months our surrogate spent caring for our baby were some of the most joyful of our lives because of her.

Chopra’s tone becomes scathing when discussing the internet haters who have made a game out of guessing why the couple chose to use a surrogate. “You don’t know me,” the actor said. If you knew what I went through, you wouldn’t judge me. You have no right to speculate as to why I wouldn’t want my daughter’s and my medical records made public.

The celebrity also remarked that the trolls discussing Malti are understandably still a little shaken, despite the fact that she has built a robust hide when others talk about her. To hear someone make fun of my daughter, though, hurts like hell. Keep her away from it, I think to myself. I remember the feeling of holding her tiny hands as they searched for her veins. So, no, she won’t be spreading rumors. Chopra came to a complete stop. I’ve been quite guarded about sharing this time with my kid. given that it’s not just about me. Also hers.”

In the workplace

After a successful career that included multiple blockbuster films in both Bollywood and Hollywood, she decided it was time for her to move on. “There’s got to be more than this,” I thought to myself after 20 years. In my own production company, I get to tell the tales of others while also mentoring up-and-coming filmmakers who are looking for a place to “leap off the diving board” and find it on my shoulders. When I was a kid, there weren’t many films with female directors, so it’s exciting for me to get the chance to work with them now. She made a comment regarding her upcoming shows.

Bringing the conversation to a close, she discussed her kid. Chopra stated as she cradled Malti in her arms, “I want her to be able to look back and be proud of my choices.” My intention is to treat her fairly.

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