Sophie Turner spotted kissing one of Britain’s most eligible bachelors following Joe Jonas split
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Sophie Turner looks like she’s getting her mojo back after her recent split from Joe Jonas.
The Game of Thrones star has been snapped sharing a kiss with aristocrat Peregrine Pearson in Paris.
According to The Sun, shortly after the peck, the pair allegedly left each other in chauffeur-driven cars before reuniting later at the Stade de France so that Turner could unveil the Rugby World Cup trophy.
The couple have been going through their own respective break-ups after Peregrine, 29, split from King Charles’ goddaughter, Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece, and Denmark, 27, in September.
A source told The Sun that Turner and Pearson were ‘laughing a lot’ during their time the Gare du Nord railway station.
According to the onlooker: “They arrived together at the chauffeur pick-up location outside of the station. It looked like they might have both come on the Eurostar from London.
“They stood there for a few minutes and were chatting and laughing a lot.
“He then took his hat off and leaned in to give her a big kiss. After the kiss they parted ways.”
It is not clear how the pair began their alleged romance.
Meanwhile, the Jonas Brothers front man was recently spotted in New York with his and Turner's children.
Jonas filed for divorce from Turner in September, with court documents saying their marriage was 'irretrievably broken'.
In a dramatic turn of events, the actor then sued her former partner in a bid for their two daughters - Willa, three, and Delphine, one - to return to England, as per legal documents obtained by Page Six.
The dispute seems to be over for now though, as the former couple shared a joint statement on 10 October after reaching a temporary agreement for custody of their children.
"After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend time equally in loving homes in both the U.S. and the UK. We look forward to being great co-parents," they wrote in a statement.
Apparently agreement is only in place until early 2024, as per court documents obtained by People.