Musician Joe Jonas and actress Sophie Turner officially confirmed their decision to divorce each other last week. The announcement came after much speculation about their tumultuous marital relationship, but the ex-couple insisted their move was amicable. Post-divorce, the ex-couple have moved on with their respective lives.
However, at a recent concert, Joe broke down while singing the song he once wrote for his estranged wife. Several videos of the singer went viral, where he was seen crying while performing the music ‘Time, time only heals if we work through it now, I promise we’ll figure this out.’
A fan shared a concert clip and wrote, “Joseph Crying broke my heart. I hug him and say: Joe, it’s okay. The pain you carry inside will pass. We love you!.” He was heard saying, “Thank you, everyone, for the love and support to me and my family – I love you guys.”
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On the other hand, the Game Of Thrones actress was seen returning to the sets of her next Joan. In the film, the actress will essay the role of British jewel thief Joan Hannington. The actress was spotted in Spain sporting a blonde look. She also had a temporary tattoo on her back.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner initially connected through Instagram DMs, but after spending an evening at a British pub, the duo fell head over heels for each other. Within a year of dating, Joe Jonas popped the big question, leading the two to tie the knot in 2019. Notably, they got hitched twice, once in a surprise wedding ceremony held in Las Vegas, followed by a grand celebratory affair in France. The duo share two daughters: daughter Willa, whom they welcomed in 2020, and her little sister, born two years later in 2022.
Earlier last week, Joe and Sophie issued a joint statement, “After four wonderful years of marriage, we have decided to end our marriage amicably. There are many speculative narratives as to why, but this is a united decision, and we sincerely hope everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for our children and us.”