See Sophie Turner And Joe Jonas Match In Classic Black Blazers

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are delivering a masterclass in couple coordinated red carpet-wear. Earlier this week, the couple attended the premiere of The Staircase, a new HBO Max true crime miniseries in which Turner stars, while wearing matching black blazers.

Jonas looked suave in a black suit, swapping the traditional dress shirt for a sparkling black-and-green top with an art deco-esque design.

Meanwhile, Turner, who is currently pregnant with her and Jonas’s second child, showed out in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton. She put a feminine touch on the blazer, eschewing pants for sheer black tights and strappy black Giuseppe Zanotti heels. Her accessories were just as bold, with a gold mesh necklace and leather red gloves—both hailing from the French fashion house.

joe jonas and sophie at the premiere of the staircase

The couple also wore Louis Vuitton at the Met Gala the day prior. Then, Turner wore a sweeping black dress with a silver studded pattern on the bodice while Jonas wore a black-and-white tuxedo with a train.

In a new interview with Elle UK, the Game of Thrones alum opened up about struggling with an eating disorder.

“For a long time, I was quite sick with an eating disorder and I had a companion,” she told the magazine. “It’s a live-in therapist, who would ensure I wasn’t doing anything unhealthy with my eating habits.”

Turner added that social media played a big role in how she perceived herself at the time.

“One night, I was playing over and over in my mind a comment I’d seen on Instagram. I was like, ‘I’m so fat, I’m so undesirable,’ and spinning out. She said to me, ‘You know, no one actually cares. I know you think this, but nobody else is thinking it. You’re not that important,’” she recalled. “That was the best thing anyone could have told me.”

Turner is doing much better these days—something she credits partly to having deleted the Instagram app from her phone.

“I have noticed that social media makes me incredibly anxious and it’s something I try to distance myself from,” she said. “Having it off my phone has been so helpful. Now, if I do have to go on it, it’s for a few minutes once or twice a week, rather than hours every day. It’s made such a difference. Live real life — it’s much more fun.”

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