Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner were dating each other for many years before taking the plunge. The duo completely surprised us when they announced their engagement. After years of dating, Joe and Sophie said ‘I Do’ on May 1, 2019, in Las Vegas which was then followed by a fancy wedding in France. Though the couple kept their wedding a low-key affair, it still dominated headlines when their wedding pictures started floating on the internet. Even Priyanka Chopra’s wedding look started surfacing online, making it pretty obvious about Joe and Sophie’s wedding. However, the much-in-love couple is all set to begin a new chapter by bringing a baby into this world. Yes, you read that right.
According to E! News reports, Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are expecting their first child, however, the couple is yet to confirm the news. The reports also suggested that the Game Of Thrones star is four months pregnant but as it is still early, the couple has kept their mum and they are extremely excited. "They told their families recently and everyone is ecstatic and so happy for them," the insider shared to the portal. Of course, both of their families are keeping their thoughts and feelings to themselves for the moment since the pair hasn't confirmed the happy news on their own yet.
At the moment, the couple along with the rest of the Jonas clan will be continuing their Happiness Begins tour. Meanwhile, we are too ecstatic about hearing this news and we can’t wait to hear a confirmation from the couple as well. Sophie Turner has also featured in two of her hubby’s singles. The First one was Sucker where we all the Jonas Clan including, Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Danielle Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas. The song topped the chartbusters and was also nominated at Grammys. The other single was What A Man Gotta Do which was released recently featuring the Jonas Clan again.
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