Sophie Turner Admits She Wishes Las Vegas Wedding To Joe Jonas Had Been Kept Secret

We're looking at you, Diplo.

Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner has admitted she wishes her marriage to Joe Jonas could have been kept quiet.

Sophie and Joe tied the knot in Las Vegas earlier this month, immediately after the Billboard Music Awards, in a ceremony that was presided over by an Elvis Presley impersonator.

Although the pair had already announced their engagement, they hadn’t previously revealed their plans to get married, with the public only becoming aware of the ceremony when guests – the most high-profile of whom was the DJ and music producer Diplo – began live-streaming it and sharing videos on Instagram.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner at the Met Gala, days after their wedding
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner at the Met Gala, days after their wedding
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Speaking to Net-A-Porter’s digital magazine PorterEdit, Sophie revealed that had it been up to her, she wouldn’t have gone public with the wedding plans, explaining: “It’s tricky when people livestream it.

“It would have been better if no one had known, but I actually think it was funny.”

She added: “I think at some point I would have had to stop saying ‘fiancé’, but yes, I would have kept it a secret.

“Marriage is a private thing between two people and I think that’s how it should always be.

“It’s not about the dress, it’s not about the food. It’s about being husband and wife, and being dedicated to each other forever.”

Sophie and Joe have been in a relationship in 2016, confirming they were engaged in matching Instagram posts a year after getting together.

So far, 2019 is shaping up to be a big year for Sophie who, in addition to getting married, also saw her character Sansa Stark ending up Queen of the newly-independent North in the Game Of Thrones finale .

Similarly, Joe reunited with his brothers Kevin and Nick Jonas earlier this year, with their first single in six years, Sucker, debuting in March, and quickly topping the singles chart in the US.

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