Singer Joe Jonas and actress Sophie Turner, who are currently separated, have come to a temporary agreement regarding their two young daughters. A court has issued an interim order for the custody of their two children, Delphine (15 months old) and Willa (3 years old), for the next few weeks.
From October 9th to 21st, the children will stay with their mother. During this time, they are allowed to travel to England and across the United States. On the 21st, the children will return to their father, Joe Jonas, and stay with him until November 2nd. Joe also has the same travel privileges during this time.
Then, on November 2nd, the children will go back to their mother, Sophie Turner, and remain with her until November 22nd. They will then return to Joe Jonas from November 22nd to December 16th. It appears they will spend the holidays with Sophie from December 16th to January 7th, 2024.
In terms of the future, the agreement specifies that both parties must submit a status report letter jointly before December 23rd, outlining the progress of their mediation.
This interim order follows a legal dispute initiated by Sophie Turner against Joe Jonas, regarding the withholding of their daughters’ passports, preventing them from traveling to England. Turner’s complaint sought the immediate return of the children, stating that the wrongful retention started on September 20th.
Shortly after Turner’s complaint, Joe Jonas released a statement refuting her claims, indicating that they had agreed to work on a co-parenting plan. A few days later, they reached a temporary agreement to keep their daughters in New York City, where Sophie Turner is staying at Taylor Swift’s apartment with the children.
Last month, Joe Jonas filed for a divorce in Miami, ending his four-year marriage to Sophie Turner. The divorce filing mentioned the irretrievable breakdown of their marriage and noted the presence of a prenuptial agreement.
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas first connected through Instagram direct messages in 2016 and got married in 2019.