Sophie Turner & Joe Jonas are expecting their first, nine months after the wedding

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas hit up retailers after grabbing lunch in Beverly Hills

When Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas started dating, I was like “oh no baby girl, you could do so much better.” Everyone yelled at me, but that was how I really felt – she was young and on a hit show and I was just like “a JoBro, really??” But over time, I grew to kind of like them. I think Joe being older and understanding the fame machine has helped Sophie a lot. Plus, they genuinely seem to adore each other and all of that. Well, now she’s probably pregnant! She’s 23, he’s 30. It is what it is.

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are expecting their first child together, multiple sources confirm exclusively to! The 23-year-old actress is pregnant with the couple’s first child, and has been facing some pregnancy rumors lately that we can confirm are true.

“The couple is keeping things very hush hush but their friends and family are super excited for them,” one source told us. Another added, “Sophie has decidedly been choosing outfits to wear on and off the carpet to accommodate her changing body.”

Sophie and Joe, 30, got married in Las Vegas in May of 2019, and had a second ceremony a month later in France.

[From JustJared]

Congrats to them if it’s true, which it probably is since other media outlets are confirming it. I mean, I think she’s too young to start a family, but yes, she’s old enough to make her own decisions and she’s shown time and time again that she’s a very level-headed person. Sigh… our Sansa Stark is preggo. *wipes away a House Stark tear* An heir to the Northern throne.

PS… You know the baby name will be a mess. They named their dogs Waldo Picasso and Porky Basquiat. I can’t.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner arrive at the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Photos courtesy of WENN and Backgrid.

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  1. Lisa says:

    Congrats to them. Hopefully it works out.

  2. Lucy says:

    *inserts gif of Ned Stark smiling* Congrats to Mrs and Mr Turner!! 😉 I’ve always liked them together but ever since Sophie talked about how supportive and understanding Joe has been of her and her mental health issues, I have grown to like and respect him a lot more. I guess I didn’t really think of him as someone with that kind of maturity before then. As for Sophie, I think she will be fine. More than fine, really.

  3. Laalaa says:

    She is not too young, she can decide whatever and whenever she likes. Congrats!

    • Ali says:

      I agree

    • mash says:

      I agree, people gotta realize she is in hollywood, with more money than any of us will ever see… she’s prob see and experience things good and bad that none of us will have access to or would never want to encounter…

      life is going super fast for people in the hollywood industry (esp the women in it) so they dont feel the need to wait til theyre like 30 or 34 when everything is super settle in civilian life…

      23 works for her. congrats

    • Mika says:

      Yeah. No. 23 is too young. That’s my hot take.

      Source: I was 23 but 7 years ago. It wasn’t pretty.

  4. Mia4s says:

    “ has been facing some pregnancy rumors”

    Has she? I haven’t heard anything about her recently….which I suppose is telling about her career. Congratulations but…whatever . 🤷‍♀️

    • WendyWoo says:

      If doesn’t say anything about her career. She’s been off twitter since a bunch of psychopaths chased her off by threatening to claw off bits of her skin.

  5. Leriel says:

    I don’t want to be another “work or child, you can’t have both” “preacher”, I just wish she’d take time for career. I find her pretty nice actress,not a genius one, but she’s ok and has some charm, so I’d wish she worked these years. But she is an adult and makes her own decisions obv.

    • Erinn says:

      I was talking to my husband about that yesterday. She’s not amazing, but she’s decent enough actress that I can’t imagine she couldn’t get signed on to SOME series or another. And now is the time for her to really get a couple good years in and bank some cash, but I suppose maybe she doesn’t care about that AS MUCH as being a mom. And if that’s the case, I’m super happy for her. It just freaks me out a bit because it’s not where my head was at 23.

      She’s probably done well from her GoT years, and the Jonas Brothers are kind of on a new high, so it’s not like money should really be an issue.

      I’m turning 30 in may. I put off having a kid in my 20s, and focused on getting to a point in my career that I was happy with. And you know what? In december they decided to shut down our office, and if I wanted to do anything resembling my current career, I’d need to relocate. So part of me DOES actually regret not having a baby even a year or two ago. But, I’m also thankful that I’m not trying to overhaul my career WHILE worrying about a child. So I guess it’s a mixed bag for most people – you kind of just need to do what you think is best for yourself, and if she’d rather have a baby young that’s wonderful. Nothing is guaranteed in life, so why not.

      • mash says:

        I agree…. i’m celebrating 6 months of marriage and hit a new high in my career with this new job (principal status)….Mr. Mash and I are hitting the ground running on home improvement and career…as I approach 32 this year i just wonder if we should start trying in 2021 or 2022….like i’ll be 33 or 34 and he’ll be 4 years older

        but right now it seems like getting is good on money and career so …. idk

    • Bubbagirl says:

      She has worked. She was in those x-men films.

    • Snowslow says:

      👋🏼 Not trying to be contrarian here but her type of career is perfect to have babies this young. I work in the arts, I have now a senior position + academic prospects at 43 and started having babies at 23 (my husband is an artist). I’m a mother of 4 kids ages 10, 13, 19 and 20. The age difference marks the intense moments in my career because I am independent and work by projects of a few months to years, it was easy to be a young mother, which I don’t regret at all. I have far more energy to work now that to take care of a toddler like most of my same-aged friends are doing.

    • KA says:

      Honestly, she has already had more career success at her age than I probably ever will. Having a large role in arguably the most talked about TV show of its time. She could spend the next 20 years chasing roles that will never bring her as much notoriety.

    • Maggie says:

      She’s been working non-stop since she was 14…

  6. Onomo says:

    Congrats AND I hope she has therapy so if anything ever happens to their marriage she knows who she is apart from Jonas and being a mum.

  7. Bryn says:

    I was pregnant with my daughter at 23, gave birth at 24. I don’t think it’s too young, she will be a young mother with lots of energy, plus she has tons of money and a great support system with family, she seems so close with joes brothers and wives. All the best to them!

    • Jennifer says:

      Same. 23 is not too young at all.

    • OriginalRose says:

      Exactly and she’s been working for the last 10-12 years (?) so she’s probably ready for something different

    • Erinn says:

      1) Plus, she’s actress 23. She’s been in the world, working, having a full time career while most people are still in high school. So 23 is young in some ways, but I don’t think she’s the ‘average’ 23 year old.
      2) I got married at 24. One of my friends was a step mother by 21, and a bio mom by 23. She doesn’t regret a thing, and she’s probably one of the best moms I’ve ever met.
      3) Just wanted to say, I love the name Bryn. It’s in the top 3 names if I ever have a little girl.

    • Snowslow says:

      Same! (pregnant at 22, delivered at 23!).

    • prettypersuasion says:

      I had my first at 24/25 and now that’s he’s in HIGH SCHOOL (omg) I’m imagining how different my life would be right now if I didn’t have his younger siblings. I’d be 40 and FREE! That’s the huge advantage to having kids young.

  8. alot says:

    I had my first at 39. I am 40 with an 8 month old. Let me tell you… my husband and I are EXHAUSTED. I think 23 is a great age if you have the resources (not just money) to do it. Waiting until you are older is not always the best option either.

    • Noodle says:

      @alot, I had my first two at 28 and 31, and my “surprise” at 38. While I had a TON more energy with the first two, I enjoy my “baby” so much more now because I’ve chilled with age. I’m not worried about keeping up with the other mommies or wondering if I’m doing it right. I know I’m messing up and honestly, that’s okay. My whole experience with parenting is so different this time around, because I’m different. But I feel you on the exhaustion. So, so tired.

    • Green Desert says:

      @alot, totally agree. I had my first and only at 37. He’s almost 1.5 now and we are TIRED. 🙂 My husband and I have been together for like 18 years, we were just never interested in it/ready until our late-30’s. Sophie and Joe have the resources, so if they want to do it now, why not? There’s no hard and fast rule about the best age to have a baby. It’s different for everyone.

      @Noodle, my only experience is having one at 37 but you talking about feeling less energetic but more chilled speaks to me. If I had one at 25 I may have had more energy but I would have been much more anxious and, honestly, immature.

    • Jessica says:

      My mother had me at Sophie’s age and had my sister at 40 (my dad is the same age and they’re still together). She wasn’t a spring chicken at 40, but she wasn’t an old woman either. She was a whole lot wiser, chiller and more financially established though.

      Sophie isn’t out here living a typical 23 year old’s life, she’ll have Game of Thrones money forever whether she goes on to have a long career or doesn’t do much of anything else after this. She’s better resourced than the average 23 year old (by far) and she’s got a completely different lifestyle. I hope she and Joe have a strong, stable, healthy relationship, which is what you hope for any couple of any age.

  9. WendyWoo says:

    1) Anyone else finding this gross that it is being reported without the consent or notice of the people involved? The state of a woman’s uterus is not our business unless SHE, personally, makes it so.

    2) There are these awful autoplaying ads on here. They are invasive and obnoxious. Please get rid of them.

    • WendyWoo says:

      No idea how this got double posted.

    • pottymouth pup says:

      numerous people have commented here that the constant fixation & reporting on whether a female celebrity (or spouse of celebrity) has a bump/is pregnant is problematic – not because of the lack of consent of the subjects but mostly because, until a woman/couple wants to make this information public, the constant speculation an commentary could be inflicting emotional pain to them. The fixation on a possible bump as a sign could create/add to body image issues and/or eating disorder if the commentary triggers anxiety about looking fat; even worse, we have no idea whether the person(s) being speculated about are actually dealing with pregnancy loss, complications with a pregnancy or have been struggling with fertility issues and if the public scrutiny & speculation is just increasing the emotional trauma of those situations

  10. WendyWoo says:

    1) Anyone else finding this gross that it is being reported without the consent or notice of the people involved? The state of a woman’s uterus is not our business unless SHE, personally, makes it so.

    2) There are these awful autoplaying ads on here. They are invasive and obnoxious. Please get rid of them.

  11. Jackie O'Glasses says:

    They’re dogs names aren’t that weird! I named all my cats after Roman emperors, it’s the one time you can get silly without judgement. But I hope it isn’t indicative of their future children’s names…Anyway, congrats to them. They seem nice.

    • Erinn says:

      We have a friend who works at one of the local vet clinics. I grew up with her husband, and he’s constantly texting my husband all the weird pet names. And there are some FANTASTIC ones. Hedgehog named Bruce Quillis… stuff like that.

      When I first setup our fishtank, we had a group of Danios. One of them was a bright yellow one (glo fish – not injected with dye), the rest were zebra danio. I called the yellow one Marky Mark and the rest of them The Funky Bunch. (RIP fish).

      • Green Desert says:

        Those are great names! My SIL is a vet and she said that the pugs she sees always have the best names. Notorious P.U.G. was a favorite. 🙂

    • Roo says:

      That’s brilliant. Will you share their names?

  12. Sarah says:

    I was just started out my master’s degree at 23, so it definitely seems young to me but if that’s what she wants… Interesting tidbit, though : studies have shown that the brain continues developing up until the age of 25. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    • prettypersuasion says:

      I was in my second semester of my Master’s when I became pregnant w/ twins. I didn’t quit – I graduated right before they turned two. Having babies does not mean you can’t accomplish big things at the same time.

  13. Stef says:

    Honestly they seem happy and I was amazed by the rumors people wanted to believe that they were a pr relationship or lavender marriage. Doesn’t even make sense with this.

  14. manda says:

    hopefully she can give up her juul! I’m guessing pregnant ladies shouldn’t use a juul, right? All I know is I have read a ton of things that she is super addicted and legit cries when she doesn’t have her juul with her. that was a little while ago, hopefully she got away from that stuff

  15. Helen says:

    i chose school and career in my twenties, and now in my thirties, i wish i’d chosen family. good for her.

  16. Maria says:

    I think she’s too young frankly, and wealth kind of just gives her the freedom to do what she wants, although now is the time to establish herself post Game of Thrones.

    I wouldn’t have thought she was too young except for her interview where she said “I feel like I’m much older a soul than I am in age… I don’t feel 22. I feel like 27, 28.” You and every other 22 year old, lol.

  17. Starkille says:

    Let’s pray that the child inherits her looks rather than its father’s.

  18. Valiantly Varnished says:

    23 is not too young to have a child. She was old enough to decide to marry and she’s ild enough to decide to have a child. I wouldn’t have a child that young but that’s me. If it’s true congrats to them both. I genuinely like them as a couple and wish the best for them.
    Also I wouldn’t equate what someone names a dog to what they would name their child.

  19. Middle of the road says:

    I follow them both on Instagram and the candid shots he posts of her…it’s clear he adores her. I imagine they have a lot of sex so no surprise she ended up preggers. Also 23 isn’t too young. Most of our parents were having kids, seconds even by then and it all honesty it’s probably best you have them young so your 30s are more free. Me on the other hand am kidless, but in the next year or so my husband and I plan to start trying. I’m indifferent. I’m not rich like they are and can afford nannies. I have to rely on daycare which we all know is ridiculously expensive. Having kids is not cheap! You guys with multiples, unless you’re a doctor and your husbands a dentist, I don’t see how y’all do it. Kudos, for sure.

  20. MaryContrary says:

    I wonder if this is hard for Priyanka to hear. I assumed that they’d have kids right away since she’s older. I remember dreading to tell my pregnancy news to friends who I knew were struggling with infertility.

  21. S808 says:

    I’m her age and the thought of being pregnant and married is a nightmare to me but we’re completely different people in just about every way so if she is pregnant then more power to her. Her and Joe seem to be a good match.

  22. minx says:

    None of the Jonas brothers ever looks happy.

  23. FHMom says:

    They are adorable. Congrats to them.

  24. Case says:

    I personally wouldn’t have a child that young (26 and can’t imagine having a baby for like…another 10 years honestly), but she’s not objectively too young. She’s married and has a career. She’s an adult.

    I think they make a lovely couple and if this is true, I’m very happy for them. And I don’t think they’ll give their child a weird name just because their dogs have funny names, lol.

  25. HeyThere! says:

    She’s not too you g. Having babies is for the you g. As someone who waited until marriage, I had my first at 30 and a half and the second right after my 32nd birthday. I now have two toddlers running in different directions and I’m almost 35. I’m beyond exhausted. Really wishing I had that energy I had in my 20’s to put toward parenthood! LOL

  26. Marianne says:

    I think its odd to comment on whether shes too young or not. Like, she’s a married adult. I think she can make the decision for herself whether or not she’s ready.

  27. Seriously? says:

    These two are perfectly harmless and of course you have nothing nice to say about their news, smh.

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  29. Awkward symphony says:

    I’m happy for her. She is mature for her age and I would never shame any women for personal decisions like that so congrats to her and jonas.

  30. Emily says:

    23 is not too young, she is a grown woman who can make her own decisions about her body, marriage and career.