Sophie Turner was spotted running errands with her daughter Willa just hours after suing her ex-husband Joe Jonas for unfairly withholding her children.
The casually dressed mother-daughter duo were photographed smiling and holding hands while running errands in New York on Thursday.
With an unidentified friend, Turner and 3-year-old Willa purchased art supplies at a CVS.
The “Game of Thrones” star, 27, wore a black T-shirt with matching sweatpants, white sneakers, a black baseball cap, sungla*ses, a colorful handbag and a sweatshirt tied around the waist.
Little Willa, who was seen carrying a doll, wore a purple T-shirt, gray shorts and toddler shoes.
Turner was photographed leaving the St. Regis Hotel solo in the same outfit after having lunch with friends.
She seems to be trying to live her life as normally as possible despite all the chaos in her personal life.
The beautiful blonde has just filed a complaint against Jonas for the return of their two daughters, including a one-year-old whose name they have not yet announced, to her country of origin, England.
She seeks “the immediate return of children illegally removed or wrongfully retained,” alleging that the “illicit non-return” began on Wednesday.
Turner claimed in her filing that she and the Jonas Brothers frontman agreed at Christmas 2022 that they would move across the pond, saying they even found the perfect house in the English countryside.
According to the “Dark Phoenix” star, that’s why they put their Miami property up for sale.
Her lawsuit said the family officially moved from Miami to England in April and began filming the “Joan” miniseries in early summer.
Jonas, for his part, began touring the United States with his siblings in August.
According to Turner, she and Jonas, 34, “hesitantly” agreed to have their children travel with him because he had more free time to spend with them during the day. However, she called it a “temporary arrangement.”
Turner claimed the breakdown of the duo’s four-year marriage “happened very suddenly” following an argument on Jonas’ birthday on August 15.
The Grammy winner then filed for divorce in Miami on September 5, which Turner reportedly found out “through the media.”
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When they met to discuss their separation two weeks later, Turner claimed she “reiterated” their plan to have the children live in England, but Jonas allegedly refused.
She claimed he was withholding young people’s pa*sports so they could not leave the United States.
Jonas’ lawyer confirmed Tuesday that he would not return the pa*sports or consent to the girls’ move, prompting Turner’s lawsuit.
In response to her complaint, the Grammy winner denied ever “kidnapping” their children.
“Joe is seeking shared custody with the children so that they are raised by both their mother and father,” his spokesperson said, insisting that he “of course also agrees with the causes children to be raised in the United States and the United Kingdom.
The initial divorce filing, obtained by Page Six, prevents both parents from moving with their children.
The spokesperson also responded to Turner’s claim that she found out about their divorce “through the media,” saying she was “aware” that Jonas was going to drop him after “several conversations.”
Divorce lawyers, not affiliated with the case, told Page Six on Thursday that the custody battle is just beginning and will likely be “long,” especially since it will likely include three jurisdictions distinct – Miami, New York and United Kingdom – and two. different legal systems.
The former couple began dating in 2016 and married in a surprise ceremony in Las Vegas three years later, following their impromptu nuptials with an extravagant wedding in France.