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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' Wedding: Preparations Get Underway at India's Lavish Umaid Bhawan Palace As Couple's Famous Family and Friends Arrive Three

They are due to tie the knot in a traditional Indian wedding this Saturday.

And days before the glittering nuptials of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, preparations got underway at India's stunning Umaid Bhawan palace in Jodphur.

The actress, 36, and her singer fianc, 26, are set to wed at the historic $60,000 a night venue on December 1, with Nick's brother Joe Jonas, 29, and his actressfianc Sophie Turner, 22, jetting out to join the wedding party.

72 hours before the A-list couple say 'I do', and hinting at a spectacular finale, countless boxes of fireworks driven in from neighbouring Mumbai, were seen piled in a field.

Meanwhile in the sprawling gardens, silver stage scenery was being constructed for the alfresco afterparty, indicating singer Nick will possibly take to the stage to serenade his bride with a musical performance.

Palace employees were seen milling around the gardens as they prepared for the ceremony.

The Indian wedding willreportedly follow a Christian ceremony which will also be held in India.

The flurry of activity comes as Nick shared a photo to his Instagram photo celebrating the pair's families arrival in time for the wedding.

In the photo the Camp Rock star wore a white polo shirt and khaki pants while his

Quantico star bride-to-be stood behind him, her arms around her younger's beau's neck.

Behind Priyanka stood Joe and Game Of Thrones star Sophie, who looked delighted to be celebrating the couple's nuptials.

The photo is simply captioned 'Mumbai nights'.

The loved-up couple celebrated Thanksgiving with a lavish dinner in the actress' home country where they will soon tie the knot.

Chopra took to Instagram with a photo of her giant family enjoying their holiday dinner at an opulent and massive dining table in Delhi on Thursday.

Priyanka and Nick's wedding venue comes complete with butler service, strutting peacocks and a couple's massage room.

Fit for an A-list couple with famous friends and family, the lavish palace comes complete with 65 original Art Deco bedrooms and suites featuring antiques, with each room costing an eye-watering $922 (721) per person per night.

The hotel includes the extravagant Maharani Suite, which is expected to be where Priyanka and Nick will spend their wedding night.

With incredible views of the sunset, city andmajestic 14th Century Mehrangarh Fort from their private terrace, the couple will also be able to survey the 26 acres of private palace gardens, filled with strutting peacocks.

The terrace is also perfect for intimate dinners, with a palace butler on hand to care for the couple's needs.

The Maharani Suite is decorated in a Art Deco style, with shimmering interiors of

rose pink, black, chrome and mirrors dominating the enormous master bedroom, spacious drawing room and dining room.

Sure to up the romance of the pair's stay, there is a couple's massage room where guests can bask in treatment from

Jiva Grande Spa therapists, along with a yoga room to practice private guided meditation classes.

The opulence extends to the bathroom which was designed by Polish artist, Stefan Norblin, is carved out of a single block of pink Italian marble and

features a Jacuzzi and steam room.

Newlyweds will be able to choose between the rejuvenating Rani Padmawati milk bath, the healing Rajput Princess Bath, the energising Narangi bath and the detoxifying Vishuddhi bath for their dips.

The venue is already a favourite with esteemed guests including

Prince Charles & the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Andrew and Mick Jagger,

It first opened its doors in 1942, and

remains the principal home of His Highness the Maharaja of Jodhpur and his family.The rooms have been restored

by Taj Hotels.

Nick and Priyanka announced their engagement in July, after first being linked romantically in May 2017.

The smitten couple will prolong the celebrations with several events leading up to their wedding, with the fun set to kick off during the last week of November.

An insider told The Sun's Bizarre column: 'There are several events leading up to the wedding, including a Christian ceremony, which will all be in India.

'They will culminate with the Indian wedding on December 1 at the palace, where they will tie the knot under a traditional four-pillar structure, a mandap.

'There is a mehndi event planned, where they will be decorated with henna body art among other traditional Hindi pre-wedding events.'

It's also believed the Jealous hitmaker will be dressed in ivory, Priyanka in red and her bridesmaids will don Ralph Lauren ensembles in a nod to the designer clothing the pair wore when they made their red carpet debut in 2017.

Filmmaker Mubina Rattonsey, who is a long-time friend of Priyanka's, is believed to be the Baywatch star's maid of honour.

Meanwhile, Nick recently gifted his groomsmen electric scooters. The musician decided to give his party of ushers and his best man an unusual gift to mark the special occasion.

Posting a picture of himself next to a pool, surrounded by six Lime scooters, he wrote: "I was searching for a fun way for my groomsmen to be mobile and ready to roll - so I called up my friends at @Limebikefor some help... #groomsmengift #CitrusGotReal (sic)"

The post - which was a paid promotion with the Lime bike brand - had his three brothers Kevin, Joe, and Frankie, as well as Priyanka's brother Siddharth, and actor Jonathan Tucker all tagged as each of the scooters, suggesting they will make up his groomsmen.

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