The glamour of the celebrity world often overshadows the personal challenges its stars face. Such is the case for singer Joe Jonas and actress Sophie Turner, who are currently embroiled in a complicated child custody mediation over their two young daughters, Willa, aged 3, and Delphine, just 1 year old.
Joe Jonas, known for his hit single "Cake by the Ocean" and being part of the renowned Jonas Brothers band, is fervently hoping for a harmonious resolution with his soon-to-be-ex-wife Sophie Turner, the 27-year-old British actress famous for her role in "Game of Thrones". The couple commenced their mediation sessions this past Wednesday in the hustle and bustle of New York City.
A reliable source recently shared insights with Page Six, revealing that Jonas is actively seeking to mend the strained relationship with Turner, especially after their custody battle took a sharp turn. The sentiment shared was, “Joe is deeply devoted to ensuring this mediation is successful with Sophie. His priority is to avoid confrontation and focus on establishing a fair agreement for their daughters.”
Turner's Claims Lead to NYC Agreement
This mediation follows a turbulent period where Turner initiated a lawsuit against Jonas. She accused him of unjustly retaining their daughters and even claimed that he held onto their passports, thereby preventing them from traveling back to England. This was particularly significant as the couple had previously settled on England as their permanent residence before things went sour.
However, a glimmer of hope appeared a few days post this incident. The estranged couple managed to achieve a provisional agreement which allowed their daughters to remain in New York City, as revealed by official documents registered in New York.
The clock is ticking as both parties, along with their legal teams, are expected to conclude these crucial mediation sessions within a span of four days. The primary objective remains to establish a feasible and harmonious co-parenting strategy for Willa and Delphine, ensuring the young ones are shielded from any further emotional turmoil.