Game of Thrones Star Sophie Turner Is Engaged to Joe Jonas

Posted October 16, 2017

The pair shared the news with a simple photo showing off a pear-shaped diamond engagement ring and the caption, "I said yes".

However, not everyone is as pleased for the couple as they might like, with some die-hard Joe Jonas fans lamenting the announcement, with one writing: "Worst day ever".

On the Jonas Brothers side of things, Joe's brother, Nick Jonas, also offered up his congrats on Twitter, posting, "Ahh!"

If their social media is anything to judge by, the wedding is bound to be a well-documented affair.

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She went on to say: "I find it rude, and I will be rude back".

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner announced on Sunday, October 15, that they are engaged.

The young actress is well known for her role as Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones, which she was first cast in when she was 13.

"You do feel like you're living in a fishbowl", Turner said.

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Last month (Sep17), Joe, 28, and Sophie, 21, took another big step in their relationship by adopting a Husky puppy named Porky Basquiat together.

Jonas's brother Nick was among those to send congratulations online.

"It's frustrating [that] it's the most mundane things that make the news - how boring!"

"I think that's quite a conscious decision because the lifestyles wouldn't work", she explained in July, 2016.

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Congrats to the happy couple!