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Sophie Turner is keeping it together and not letting her divorce with Joe Jonas get to her. Page Six got a few pictures of her in Spain this Thursday, with a big smile on her face in the set of her new shoe “Joan.”
The “Game of Thrones” Alum wore a blur bodysuit, paired it with high-waist jeans, and accessorized it with golden hoops and a large black belt. And for her makeup, she had a dramatic eye and bright red lip color.
It looks like she is drowning herself in work while her divorce proceedings are going on with the musician. Last week, Turner was photographed in a liplock scene with her co-star Frank Dillane as she was filming for the new show, where she plays the character of Joan Hannington, a jewel thief.
27-year-old Turner has been spending a lot of time in Europe for the last few months and working on her new series. While she is working hard for her recent shows, there have been signs that she is going through some disagreements with Joe regarding selling their Miami home. There are reports all around that the musician has been performing without his wedding band and is looking for the best divorce lawyers along with it.
The divorce is finally happening
After the rumor about their separation came, Jonas officially filed for divorce on 5th September. He said that he wants to share the responsibilities of her daughters with Turner after their divorce.
The couple wrote on Instagram, “After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage. There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children.”
While Turner is busy with her new show, Jonas is also busy with his brothers for the “Five Albums, One Night” world tour. He addresses his divorce on stage, saying, “It’s been a crazy week. I just wanna say, look – if you don’t hear it from these lips, don’t believe it. OK?”
He even got emotional while performing the song “Hesitate,” which he originally wrote for Turner.
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