Why Sophie Turner “Hated” Being Called One of the Jonas Brothers Wives

In the game of life, Sophie Turner will not be relegated to the background.

In his first major interview since his breakup with Joe Jonas in September, the Game Of Thrones alumna reflects on how she felt part of a group during her four years of marriage to the Jonas Brothers member.

“There was a lot of attention paid to the three brothers and the wives,” she said. British Vogue of Joe and his brothers pseudo And Kevin Jonaswho are married to Priyanka Chopra And Danielle Jonas respectively. “Well, we were always called wives, and I hated that. It was kind of that plus one feeling.”

Although Sophie was quick to clarify that the fault never lay with Joe, with whom she shares children. Willa3, and Delphine22 months.

“It has nothing to do with him, he in no way made me feel that way,” she explained. “It was just that we were seen as the groupies of the group.”

For Sophie, who previously lived in London and New York, another factor that contributed to her feeling missing was adjusting to life first in Los Angeles and then in Miami.

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