Priyanka Chopra is makeup free as she heads out for a stroll in London

Priyanka Chopra goes makeup free in a green hoodie and purple workout leggings as she heads out for a stroll in London

She’s relocated to London after tying the knot with husband Nick Jonas in 2018.

And Priyanka Chopra displayed her flawless complexion as she went makeup free for a stroll through the capital on Friday.

The actress, 38, opted for a casual green hoodie and purple leggings as she headed out to visit a studio.

Casual: Priyanka Chopra, 38, displayed her flawless complexion as she went makeup free to head out in London on Friday

Priyanka displayed her laid-back sense of style in the comfy sportswear as she pulled her glossy raven tresses into a sleek topknot.

The Baywatch star finished her look with black trainers and a grey handbag as she headed out for some exercise.

Opting to let her flawless complexion take centre stage, Priyanka went makeup free as she enjoyed the low-key outing.

Simple: The actress opted for a casual green hoodie and purple leggings as she headed out for the day



Low-key: Priyanka displayed her laid-back sense of style in the comfy sportswear as she pulled her glossy raven tresses into a sleek topknot

It comes after the Bollywood star spoke about her struggles with grief after her beloved father Ashok died in 2013 aged 64 following a long battle with cancer.

Priyanka admitted she ‘ran away’ from her parent’s death by accepting the leading role in 2014 biographical film Mary Kom just months after his passing.

The screen star also stressed the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance as she revealed she works 12-hour days during the week, before ‘decompressing’ with her husband Nick Jonas. 

Simple: The Baywatch star finished her look with black trainers and a grey handbag as she headed out for some exercise

Low-key: Opting to let her flawless complexion take centre stage, Priyanka went makeup free as she headed out to visit a studio

On losing her dad, the former Miss World winner hailed him as her ‘rock’ and credited him for instilling ‘duty and discipline’ into her upbringing.

The Bollywood icon told host Vishen Lakhiani on The Mindvalley Podcast: ‘My father was a military man, and there was a lot of equity at home which was put on duty and discipline and work ethic.  

‘I understood from very early on that I might be as an actor in a position of power, but it is my job, when I’m hired, to come to work for however many hours.

‘It’s my responsibility from the time I clock in to the time I clock out that I give my 100%. It’s just that sense of duty that my father always instilled in me.’

‘He was my rock’: It comes after the Bollywood star spoke about her struggles with grief after her father Ashok died in 2013 aged 64 following a long battle with cancer (pictured in 2010)

The media personality confessed she threw herself into her profession in a bid to cope with the tragedy, adding: ‘My parents were both military people so it was just a natural way for me to think. 

‘I think I was trying to run away from the fact that my dad died, he had always been my rock.

‘It was solid for me, whether I was doing big roles or small roles, whether I was winning or failing, I’ve always been able to go to work and find something that I can completely immerse myself in. Going back to work was a combination of both.’

The model also discussed splitting her days into two sections to stay ‘sane’ – a technique she’s admitted to only implementing into her life recently.  

‘I don’t bring either side of my life into each other’: The screen star also revealed she works 12-hour days during the week, before ‘decompressing’ with her husband Nick Jonas

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