Behold the Expanding Family of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
Big sister Willa Jonas is a woman! Her famous parents, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, who got married in a lavish ceremony in France in 2019 after eloping in Las Vegas, have now welcomed a new member into the family. The pair has been a touch more outspoken about Turner’s growing baby belly, flaunting it at the Met Gala and the Oscars. Fans of the pair should keep a look out for which letter Turner adds to her collection of tiny initial tattoos because there is no word yet on prospective baby names for the newest member of their family. Continue reading to find out more about Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s children in the interim.
Willa, a daughter, was the couple’s first child and she was born on July 22, 2020. While neither Jonas nor Turner publicly announced their pregnancy, admirers occasionally caught a glimpse of the actress’s expanding tummy.
When it comes to social media, including their own, and the press, the parents have been extremely vocal about their choice to keep Willa out of the limelight. Turner responded to her and her husband’s request for seclusion once more in May 2021 after a paparazzi image of Willa was bought and made public.
I simply want to stress that the reason I’m not publishing photos of my baby and making sure that no paparazzi capture a photograph of me and her yesterday is because of that.”According to People, the couple welcomed their second child in July 2022. Neither a name nor a birthdate has yet to be announced, but a rep told the outlet, “Joe and Sophie are happy to announce the arrival of their baby girl.”
In a June 2022 interview with People, Jonas chatted about being a new dad of two. “You really don’t know what to expect,” he said. “I think [I’m] maybe a little less nervous [this time], but I’m just excited. It’s such an amazing part of life.” Turner shared a similar sentiment in her June cover story for Elle UK. “We’re so excited to be expanding the family,” the “Game of Thrones” alum said. “It’s the best blessing ever.”