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Hear Nick Jonas Adorably Cheer for His Daughter Malti as She Plays in a Ball Pit

This is basically paradise for a toddler.

By Elizabeth Logan

This is basically paradise for a toddler. Malti, the 2-year-old daughter of former The Voice Coach Nick Jonas (Seasons 18 and 20) and Priyanka Chopra, is living her best life in a colorful ball pit.

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"Oh yeah! Malti! Good throws!" Jonas tells his daughter in a new video posted by Chopra. The toddler wears her hair in two buns and looks so sweet in a leopard-patterned outfit. Other slides in the post include Malti at a Gymboree, Chopra and a friend exploring boulders, Jonas at a concert, Malti playing in the sand, and a guitar leaning casually against the side of a building. "🥹😍🙏🏽," the Citadel actress captioned the post.

Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra welcome Malti in 2022

Malti arrived via surrogate in January 2022, and both of her parents have been doting on her since. For Father's Day in 2023, Chopra gushed over her husband's dad side, writing as if to her daughter, "He is your biggest champion.. He’ll be the loudest in the room when you win. His wisdom will be the shoulders you stand on. Your tears will break his heart. He will never show you he’s hurting. His joy is your joy. He is dada or dad or papa or whatever you call them. I love you @nickjonas thank you for being ours. MM and I are so lucky."

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In an interview with ET, the Jonas brother revealed that, of course, he's in charge of lullabies at home.

Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas smile during a red carpet ceremony

"I sing to her. You know, I love to sing to her, and yeah, it's beautiful," he said. 'I'm singing just a lot of you know old classics. My wife kind of plays her more of the stuff that's on the iPod or whatever, but I sing." He also told Variety about how fatherhood has affected his priorities. “The weight of everything is much more intense. I think it’s now about trying to be as present as possible and as thoughtful as you can be for your family, but also for other people’s journeys. I’m so grateful for [Malti Marie] and the wonderful perspective of being a parent.”