Nick Jonas shared a sweet photo with his daughter Malti on Father’s Day

The Jonas Brothers artist shared the cutest photo with his “little baby,” Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, whom he shares with wife Priyanka Chopra, in honor of his first Father’s Day.

The “Cool” singer and the 6-month-old aren’t seen in the lovely photo, but they are seen wearing matching daddy-daughter kicks. The letter “M” is branded on each foot of Malti’s pair, while “MM’s Dad” is emblazoned on Nick’s.

On June 19, he said on Instagram, “Thank you @priyankachopra for the wonderful Father Daughter sneakers and for making me a daddy. I love you so much.” “To all the fathers and caregivers out there, Happy Father’s Day.”

In January, Nick and Priyanka, both 39, had their first child together via surrogacy. Four months later, the parents said that their baby had spent “100 plus days in the NICU” before being released.

In a combined Instagram post in May, they said, “Every family’s journey is unique and demands a particular level of faith.” “Even though the last few months have been hard, it’s become painfully clear how precious and beautiful every moment is in retrospect.”

Nick is uncle to Kevin and Danielle Jonas’ daughters Alena, 8, and Valentina, 5, as well as Joe Jonas and his wife Sophie Turner’s baby Willa, 23 months, in addition to his own family. Sophie and Joe are expecting their second kid at the same time.

Nick spoke with E! News ahead of Father’s Day 2022 about the advice his father gave him and his brothers about keeping grounded in the spotlight.

“The most important thing my father taught us was to be good to people on the way up, because they’ll be there for you on the way down,” he told E! News during the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation’s charity boxing night last month.

“We tried to live that way and walk in humility, knowing that there are a lot of talented individuals in the world who haven’t gotten some of the opportunities that we’ve had.”

“We want to take advantage of that to really convey how grateful we are,” he continued.