Trouble in paradise: Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's marriage on the rocks?
If recent media reports are to be believed, cracks may be appearing in the marriage of American songwriter Joe Jonas and his actress wife Sophie Turner. According to TMZ, the couple seems to be heading towards divorce, potentially bringing their four-year union to an end. Sources cited by the portal suggest that Joe and Sophie have been grappling with "serious problems" within their marriage for the past six months.
The situation reportedly escalated to the point where Joe sought the counsel of divorce lawyers in Los Angeles, presumably with the intention of filing for divorce and formally parting ways with Sophie. The couple shares the joys of parenthood with two daughters; their first, Willa, was born in 2020, while their second daughter arrived last year, although her image has yet to be unveiled. Interestingly, the international news portal notes that Joe has been taking on the lion's share of childcare responsibilities, even while he was on his musical tour across the United States.
Delving into their social media activity, Sophie's last Instagram post dates back to August 15, where she shared photos from attending one of Joe's concerts, evidently showing her support for her husband. The couple has been seen at various events together in the past.
Their love story began in 2016 when Joe and Sophie were first linked romantically. The two lovebirds subsequently got engaged in 2017. In a whirlwind of events in 2019, they tied the knot in an impromptu ceremony at a chapel in Las Vegas, shortly following the Billboard Music Awards. Subsequently, they celebrated their love once more with a grand wedding in France, surrounded by family and friends. Among the esteemed guests were Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra, adding a touch of glamour to the festivities.
As rumors continue to swirl, fans and well-wishers of the couple are undoubtedly holding their breath, hoping that Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner can weather this storm and emerge stronger together.