Joe Jonas' Dad Says He Already Considers Sophie Turner a Daughter-in-Law
The Game of Thrones actress has been welcomed into the Jonas family with open arms.
From the moment Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner announced their engagement, the DNCE singer's brothers have voiced their support and excitement loud and clear. The groom-to-be's father just made his own support known in an exclusive interview with People, stating that the Jonas clan "already" considers Turner family.
"[We] love the way that Joe loves her and the way that she loves him," Kevin Sr. said. "We're a blessed family to have her as our future daughter-in-law-and, in our minds, [she's] already a daughter-in-law!" The Jonas patriarch, who recently entered remission after a battle with colon cancer, said that he feels blessed by his growing family, and that the Game of Thrones actress is a welcome addition. "Sophie comes in: From the first time we met her, we knew she was a special young lady," he continued.
Turner has received many compliments from the Jonas family in the four months since the proposal. After the family-packed engagement party, Nick Jonas posted about his big brother and his future sister-in-law: "Beautiful night celebrating beautiful people," he wrote on Instagram. Most recently, Nick gave Turner a shout-out on his Instagram Story, in honor of her 22nd birthday. "Happy Birthday @sophiet You're super cool! We all think so!" the singer captioned the picture, which featured both Kevin and Frankie Jonas.
The Jonas family might have to wait a bit before they can officially call Turner sister- and daughter-in-law, though. Maisie Williams, Turner's co-star and best friend, revealed that the duo won't be walking down the aisle anytime soon-at least not until the final season of Game of Thrones has wrapped. "We're waiting until the season is done until we get into any of that," she told Radio Times, of future wedding planning. But that hasn't stopped Turner from creating a vision for the big day. "I think she's already letting her little heart wander and imagine," Williams said.