The power couple proves to be relationship goals, once again, after Sophie Turner adorably trolled the ‘Sucker’ singer, Joe Jonas, on his latest Instagram post.
The pop-rock singer married the Game of Thrones actress in a small, private ceremony in Las Vegas, after the Billboard Music Awards on May 2019. The couple, however, did hold a bigger ceremony for friends and family, in France, in June.
The festivities took place at Château de Tourreau in Sarr ians, and featured a pool party followed by a dinner. The rehearsal dinner was held on 28th June at the Hotel La Mirande in Avignon, where the bride and groom looked stunning in red outfits, while the guests wore white.
On the big day, the actress sported a long dress with sleeves and a veil from Louis Vuitton, while Joe wore a black tux. The beautiful wedding dress is reported to have taken over 350 hours to make.
The quirky duo has documented their love all over social media, giving fans some major couple goals. While the two are deeply in love, they manage to make the most of every moment, goofing around and supporting each other in their respective endeavors. From Joe dressing up as Sansa Stark, in a red wig and fake boobs, to the two going as Morticia and Gomez Addams to Halloween, the power couple has been by each other’s side throughout.
The Jonas Brothers’ singer has been working on a project with his brothers and Coors Light, a lightly brewed beer. Over-flowing with excitement, Joe recently posted a picture of the three brothers, featuring the collaboration, and captioned it “Best. Day. Ever. @coorslight”. Oops, looks like the singer was looking for trouble.
While the caption should have landed the 30-year-old in a pickle with the wifey, she had the best response. Turner commented, “Really? The BEST say EVER?! Interesting….”.
Lucky for the singer, he had an answer. Joe replied, “True. This is the 2nd best day ever”. Crisis averted!
The two love birds are inseparable, in fact, according to E! News, “fans have Sophie to thank for helping get the Jonas Brothers back together”. While sharing the band’s Amazon documentary, Chasing Happiness, the songwriter said, “In finding myself, I was able to find a partner. The impact of falling in love has made me want to be a better man, a better person. And, ultimately, made me a better brother”. Sweet!