Joe Jonas divorced Sophie Turner in 2023 and the Games Of Thrones star seems to have moved on. She was seen kissing British aristocrat Peregrine, and the video has gone viral on the internet. What does Jonas Brothers’member think about it? Scroll down to see all the details.
Sophie married Joe in 2019. She was close to his family, which included Kevin and Nick, and sister-in-laws Priyanka and Danielle. Many were shocked by the news of their separation. It even caused a rift among Sophie and PeeCee, who recently unfollowed eachother. The ex-couple was embroiled in a court battle over custody but ultimately resolved their issues via mediation.
How does Joe Jonas think about Sophie Turner kissing Peregrine after only two months since their separation? According to a source close to DailyMail, “What’s important for Joe is his children and finishing the tour with his brothers.” He would be happy if he could find love again, and he would do all of those things. But that is not at the top of his list. Joe wants to move forward with his divorce. “He doesn’t want to play games with Sophie, who wants to kiss anyone in public and gallivant around.
Joe Jonas may feel it’s a bit too soon, but he knows he “has no control over what she says or does” and he’s decided to focus on other priorities. The report claims that Sophie Turner hurt him enough and the kissing photos cannot affect him anymore.
Joe only cares for his family and his work, and wants to make sure he can co-parent Sophie peacefully. We can only hope that the former couple will remain cordial.
Sophie Turner appears to be having a great time. She was also recently spotted on a fun night out with her girlfriends – Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid, Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, and Brittany Mahomes, among others. It is interesting to note that Joe dated Tay, Gigi and Selena Gomez while Sel dated Nick Jonas.
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