Priyanka Chopra's brother Siddharth's ex-fiancee Ishita Kumar ties the knot in London; see pics

Priyanka Chopra's brother, Siddharth Chopra's ex-fiancee, Ishita Kumar, tied the knot on Thursday (June 24) in London.

Ishita took to her official Instagram account to share a few pictures from the wedding.

In the candid pictures, taken during the wedding rituals, Ishita can be seen smiling. She wore a red saree with a golden border, sindoor, chuda, and traditional jewellery.

She captioned the post, "All my love," followed by a heart emoji.

A lot of people in the comment section congratulated her while some were surprised by this.

Siddharth and Ishita, who were set to get married in the year 2019, called off their wedding at the last moment. The wedding was reportedly planned to take place in Mumbai and the entire family of Siddharth, including his sister Priyanka Chopra, had flown to the city.

Post calling off their wedding, Ishita flew back to London and posted a picture with the caption, "Back in London, Time to focus on work." In another post, she had written, "Cheers to new beginnings. With a goodbye kiss to beautiful endings."

Ishita had also deleted her pictures with Siddharth, along with their photos from the roka ceremony and her bachelorette party.

In an interview, Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra had stated that his son was not ready for the marriage and needed some more time.

Meanwhile, Siddharth is reportedly dating Neelam Updahyay.

Neelam is an Indian actress, who has worked in Tamil and Telugu films. The 27-year-old diva has featured in films like 'Action 3D', 'Unnodu Oru Naal' and 'Om Shanthi Om'. After her debut film opposite 'Seivathu Sariye' shelved, she featured in MTV's Style Check and made her debut in the 2012 Telugu film 'Mr 7'.

Neelam and Siddharth first sparked dating rumours after they arrived together at the Ambani's 2019 Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations. They were seen colour coordinating in matching outfits.

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