In a year marred by high-profile breakups, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are the latest celebrities to announce their separation. Having wed in a clandestine Las Vegas ceremony in May 2019, Joe recently filed for divorce in Miami.
The couple, known for their glamorous appearances and candid social media shares, is parents to two daughters. While gossip columns are abuzz with speculation, we direct our attention to the financial implications of this split.
Sophie Turner's impressive net worth, estimated at $10 million, is derived primarily from her iconic role as Sansa Stark in HBO's "Game of Thrones." Reports suggest she pocketed around $253,000 per episode. With an appearance in almost 59 episodes, her earnings from the series alone are considerable.
Furthermore, her roles in blockbuster movies like 'X-Men: Apocalypse' and 'Dark Phoenix' added significant figures to her bank account. Moreover, her brand ambassador role with fashion titan Louis Vuitton has likely added millions to her wealth, considering the hefty payouts received by her peers.
On the other side, Joe Jonas, with an estimated net worth of $50 million, towers financially. His wealth comes majorly from the successful boy band, Jonas Brothers, where he collaborated with his siblings, Nick and Kevin. Apart from his music career, Joe has appeared in numerous films and TV shows, ranging from Disney's 'Camp Rock' to the 'Hotel Transylvania' series.
Jonas-Turner Property Portfolio Highlights
Real estate investments have been a significant part of their shared financial journey. After their union, the couple made headlines with their $14.1 million mansion purchase in Los Angeles' Encino neighborhood.
They eventually sold it to DJ Zedd in 2021 for $15.2 million. Later, they invested in a Miami waterfront property for $11 million, which they recently sold for $15 million. Fortunately, a robust prenuptial agreement is in place, safeguarding their individual earnings and investments.
This contract dictates that their earnings from music and acting remain untouched. Real estate acquired before their marriage remains individual property, with the only shared asset being their marital home. While they might have a combined net worth of $60 million, it's clear that the duo's upcoming legal tussle will revolve around child custody and support. As the world watches closely, let's hope for an amicable resolution for both parties.