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Joe Jonas And Sophie Turner Divorce Confirmed, Marriage Is ‘Irretrievably Broken’ – TODAY
September 5, 2023
After four years of marriage to Sophie Turner, Joe Jonas has filed for divorce.
TODAY.com exclusively obtained a petition for dissolution of marriage filed by Joe Jonas on Tuesday, September 5, 2023 in Miami Dade County, Florida. The petition states that “the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken.”
The petition also reads that the children have been residing with Jonas in Miami and other locations throughout the country, but that “it is in the best interests of the minor children that the parties have shared parental responsibility.” It also indicates that the couple had a prenuptial agreement.
TODAY.com has reached out to both Jonas and Turner for comment.
In July 2020, their reps confirmed they welcomed a daughter, Willa, and then in July 2022, the couple’s rep confirmed to TODAY.com that they welcomed their second child.
The two have not publicly announced the name of their second child, a daughter.
In recent concerts and on his official Instagram page, Jonas can be seen wearing his wedding band.
He posted a photo Monday, Sept. 4, 2023, that showed the ring so clearly that many fans thought he was sending a message amid divorce rumors.
Turner’s most recent Instagram post, on Aug. 14, seemed to celebrate her husband. She shared several snaps from her husband’s New York concerts captioned “long long New York nights,” with music note emoji.
The two decided to do their first ceremony in Sin City, Jonas said in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar because they “had to do a legal marriage before we did a real big one.”
“It was either the courthouse, or our version, and I preferred our version. Friends, Elvis, and Ring Pops,” he added.
Diana Dasrath is NBC News’ entertainment producer and a senior reporter.
Samantha Kubota is a senior digital editor and journalist for TODAY Digital based in Los Angeles. Originally from the Chicago area, she grew up dreaming of working for TODAY. Prior to joining NBC News, Sam worked in local news around the country, most recently covering Washington D.C. Sam is a proud graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia.