Updated: Jul 23
The birth of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's second child has been revealed. According to several sources, the news was verified by the couple's representatives on Thursday. Willa, Sophie and Joe's daughter, was born in 2020
In May, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner were spotted on the Met Gala red carpet.
According to sources, actress Sophie Turner has given birth to a daughter, the couple's second child. Their agents have verified this. According to reports, Sophie, who is well-known for her part in the popular television series Game of Thrones, gave birth in Miami, US, earlier this month and has already returned home. Willa, the older daughter of the pair, was born in July 2020. View more: In their first outing since Sophie Turner's second pregnancy, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner pose at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party.
Even though Sophie hinted about her second pregnancy on several occasions in 2022, the actor officially announced it in a May interview, when she opened up about it for the first time. A few weeks later, Sophie and her husband Joe were sighted on the red carpet of the 2022 Met Gala, where the actress was sporting a growing baby bulge.
The announcement of their second kid was verified to People on Thursday by representatives of both celebrities. The representatives said, "Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are delighted to announce the arrival of their baby girl."
The newest member of the Jonas family is the second child born to Sophie and Joe. Malti Marie Chopra Jonas, a baby girl, was born to Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra in January through surrogacy, while Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle Jonas have two daughters of their own, Alena and Valentina.
In a May interview with Elle UK, Sophie revealed her pregnancy and said, "Raising the next generation is what life is about for me. Observing my baby grow in strength is the greatest joy in life. We are ecstatic to be growing our family. The greatest blessing ever, indeed.
Willa's mother, Sophie, had expressed concern to Elle UK that her daughter would not be aware that she was set to become a big sister. "I'll ask, "What's in there?" and point to my tummy. She will then say, "Baby." But after that, she'll point to her stomach and say, "Baby," before doing the same to her father's. Therefore, I believe that she simply believes that a baby's belly is what it is called. She is much more clingy than usual, though, so I believe she has a theory, Sophie added.