Joe Jonas reacts as Sophie Turner reveals bombshell letter about UK ‘forever home’

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Sophie Turner’s ‘forever home’ letter shocks Joe Jonas. In the midst of a messy divorce and a contentious custody battle with Sophie Turner, Joe Jonas appears to be keeping a cool demeanor, despite his words coming back to haunt him.

According to Page Six, just three months before he filed for divorce, the Game of Thrones alum provided the court with a bombshell letter from the musician, 34, in which he wrote that he had dreamed about moving into their “forever home” in England.

As of right now, both parties have agreed to an interim consent order that prevents either party from taking the kids out of state and keeping them in the Southern and Eastern districts of New York. As a result of Turner’s claim that Jonas withheld the children’s passports, a lawsuit was filed against him.

DNCE’s frontman shared a few pictures from his latest concert on his Instagram Stories last night, looking unbothered by the news regarding their daughters Willa, 3, and Delphine, 14 months. The couple’s daughters are currently staying in Taylor Swift’s NYC apartment.

In a letter he authored in an effort to persuade a homeowner in Wallingford, Oxford, to sell them their property, Jonas gushed about how they “experienced a sense of magic unlike anything we had ever experienced before” at the place.

“I have been completely charmed by the idea of dropping my children to school on the boat and being able to spend a leisurely afternoon cruising to the pub with friends on my very own boat,” he continued.“ We could tell that your family have truly loved living here and we can envision our children growing up here and making this our forever home. I really think Sophie and I will be able to look after [redacted names] and for many years pay homage to the magic you have created here.” After the letter, the now-estranged pair placed a 10 percent deposit on the house on July 7, two months prior to their split. However, a source told People Magazine that the home deal was “never closed.”

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