For the first time ever, Vogue magazine, first published in 1892, has an exclusive digital cover — two of them, in fact!
The covers capture the couple, who were married Saturday in India, in intimate settings, one a portrait by Annie Leibovitz and the other an animated GIF shot by Steven Brahms.
Incredibly, both of the beautiful, groundbreaking covers were shot on a Google Pixel 3 camera, in partnership with Google.
Visit Vogue.com to see the cover by Brahms.
The digital covers are in conjunction with Chopra's own cover story, in which she confides that her now husband had a huge impact on her from the time they met — which helps explain why they got married so fast!
Chopra tells Vogue that Jonas also made her only too happy to discard her rule of not going public with relationships. She says in her profile, "I’ve had that rule my whole life. Never publicly acknowledge a relationship. Ever." Regarding Nick, she found herself thinking, “What is happening? I’ve not known myself like this." She goes on to say, "This guy turned me into such a girl! If I could blush, I’d be tomato-red right now.”
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