Sophie Turner finds it tough to date Joe Jonas since it’s like ‘living in a fishbowl’

July 9, 2017 - Jonas Brothers

Sophie Turner finds it tough to date Joe Jonas given it's like 'living in a fishbowl'
Sophie gave us a dip (Picture: Getty/GC Images, WireImage)

We never suspicion we’d see a day when we’d hear that there was a downside to dating one of a Jonas brothers.

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But it turns out there is a downside that bizarrely involves feeling like you’re vital in a fishbowl.

Game Of Thrones star, Sophie Turner, has dished a mud on a irritating side of being in a attribute with a DNCE member and removing all a attention. She said: ‘You do feel like you’re vital in a fishbowl.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner vital in their fishbowl (Picture: GC Images)

‘It’s frustrating [that] it’s a many paltry things that make a news – how boring!’

And nonetheless a singer is happy with her attribute and how things are going, she prefers her corner boat name with GOT co-star, Maisie Williams, that is Mophie over Jophie for her and Joe.

In a quip that’s only all kinds of brilliant, she sassily quipped: ‘What’s that thing they say? Relationships come and go though loyalty is always there.’

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Turns out it’s not all dejection and doom, and there are some and sides to dating someone in a celeb burble as she formerly told InStyle: ‘I found it easier to date someone who understands a attention or is in that world.

‘You realize that you’re not going to see any other all a time. And we don’t feel like a jerk when you’re like, “My publicist says we can’t do this.”‘

Sophie also recently shielded GOT, a array that she’s starred in given she was a pre-teen, for a preference to try a argumentative theme of rape and passionate assault.

The 21-year-old whose impression Sansa Stark was during a centre of a horrific rape storyline, claimed that it was required for these topics to atmosphere to give people a ‘strength’ and make them gentle to be means to speak about their personal experiences.

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