Custody Documents Reveals Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas's Daughter's Name
American singer-songwriter and actor Joe Jonas and 'Game of Thrones' fame Sophie Turner have recently disclosed their 1-year-old daughter's name, 'Delphine,' according to custody documents. The couple, who already have a 3-year-old daughter named Willa, has kept details about their younger child under wraps since her birth in July 2022.
Sophie Turner used their daughter's name in recent court documents when she asked a judge to delay her divorce from Joe Jonas. This legal action came after Sophie filed a lawsuit requesting the return of their two daughters to England, alleging that Joe had refused to hand over their passports. She argued that this situation amounted to an "international child abduction."
In an unexpected turn of events, just a few days after filing these court documents, the estranged couple agreed to keep their daughters in New York while they navigate their divorce and custody arrangements. On September 25, they signed an interim consent order preventing either of them from moving their children out of state.
Joe Jonas filed for divorce from Sophie on September 5, citing an "irretrievably broken" marriage. The former couple issued a joint statement the following day, emphasizing that their decision to part ways was mutual and requesting privacy for themselves and their children.
Sophie Turner has asserted that she and Joe originally planned to raise their daughters in England and had even purchased their dream home in the countryside. However, their plans took a sharp turn following a heated argument on Joe's birthday, ultimately leading to their breakup. Sophie also claimed that she learned about their divorce from the media, three weeks after the significant dispute.
In response, Joe Jonas vehemently denied Sophie's allegations, insisting that he did not "abduct" their children and that he had clearly communicated his intention to end their relationship. The ongoing legal proceedings will shed more light on the intricacies of their custody and divorce matters.
- PTC PUNJABI