The Reason Why Joe Jonas Divorced Sophia Turner
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have decided to end their marriage after four years. Reports of their “serious problems” surfaced
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have decided to end their marriage after four years. Reports of their “serious problems” surfaced six months before the divorce announcement, with sources citing differences in their lifestyles. Joe had reportedly been in contact with divorce lawyers in Los Angeles, citing their marriage as “irretrievably broken.” The couple has two children, Willa, 3, and a one-year-old whose name has not been publicly confirmed. Joe requested joint custody of their children in the divorce papers.
On September 6, Joe and Sophie released a joint statement via their Instagram accounts, expressing their mutual decision to amicably end their marriage and requesting privacy for themselves and their children. Despite reports of discomfort captured on a ring camera involving Sophie, both parties denied any “speculative narratives” in their statement.
The decision to split came after reports of tension in their marriage three months earlier, although they appeared together at a Jonas Brothers concert on August 12, with Joe still wearing his wedding ring during a September 3 performance.
Regarding custody arrangements, Willa and her sister have been staying with Joe in Miami, FL, but the specifics of their custody arrangement have not been disclosed.
Joe and Sophie reportedly signed a prenuptial agreement before their marriage, the details of which remain private. Sources close to the couple suggested that Joe would retain royalties from the Jonas Brothers and DNCE, while Sophie would keep her earnings from her acting career. Joe and Sophie have not publicly commented on their divorce.