Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner get married - again - in France
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have tied the knot in France.
The 'Sucker' hitmaker and the 'Game of Thrones' actress married in front of family and friends at an intimate ceremony at Le Chateau de Tourreau on Saturday in Sarrians, France.
Sophie's maid of honour was her co-star and best friend Maisie Williams whilst Joe's brothers Nick and Kevin attended with their wives, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas respectively.
Wilmer Valderrama and his girlfriend Amanda Pacheco were also joined at the wedding reception by fellow guests Ashley Graham and husband Justin Ervin.
No pictures of the nuptials were available but fans celebrated on Twitter with the hashtag #JophieWedding.
According to E! 😭😭😭"Joe and Sophie both teared up while reading their vows. Everyone stood and cheered and they had huge smiles as they left as a couple. It was an emotional ceremony." #TurnerIntoaJonas #JophieWedding #joejonas #SophieTurner— xluvj (@xluvj) June 30, 2019
Joe and Sophie legally married in May in Las Vegas and the actress previously revealed her dad was "beyond pleased" when she married Joe.
She said: "My dad was beyond pleased when I married a musician because it was always kind of, 'You have to marry a rugby player or a musician.' So I got one of them right ... He's getting into the Jonas Brothers. They weren't his demographic, but he's getting into them now and he loves them and the new music is fantastic."
Having been married for just a few weeks, Sophie is still getting used to calling Joe, 29, her husband.
She admitted: "I keep going from boyfriend, to fiance, to husband. I can't figure out what to say! ... It's early days but we're very happy."
And Joe recently revealed his own parents found out about his wedding online but he didn't think they'd mind because it was only the "legal portion" of the marriage and they are planning a second ceremony and celebration soon.
He said: "They did find out online. Well, in my mind, you know, that was the legal portion of the marriage. So I was thinking, like, 'Look, this is not the most important day' There's an important day, I mean, I'll keep private, but ahead of us. So we were, like, this is just whoever's in town."