Revealed: Sophie Turner unfolds a BOMBSHELL letter that reveals she and Joe Jonas planned to make their ‘forever home’ in Britain, amid bitter custody battle
Sophie Turner has provided irrefutable evidence that she and her estranged husband Joe Jonas were planning a future together in England with their two daughters.
In new court documents filed earlier this week, the 27-year-old actress shared a letter, allegedly written by her ex, to a homeowner persuading them to sell their $7.5 million estate in Wallingford, Oxford.
“When my wife and I decided we would spend more time in Britain and look for a permanent home, our daughter had three set requirements: to have chickens, a pony and a Wendy house,” he said the salesman.
Jonas, 34, added: ‘Although many of the houses we viewed met this criterion, as soon as we turned the corner and saw the charming blue shutters, we experienced a sense of magic we’d never felt before.’
Bombshell Update: Sophie Turner has provided irrefutable evidence that she and her estranged husband Joe Jonas were planning a future together with their daughters in England; seen in March 2023
According to Page sixthe musician claimed he imagined himself picnicking there with his little girls Willa, three, and Delphine, 14 months, next to the home’s “beautiful walled garden.”
“I absolutely love the idea of taking my children to school on the boat and having a relaxing afternoon with friends going to the pub on my own boat,” he continued. ‘You have designed your house beautifully. I was incredibly inspired by the layout of the rooms and the energy of the house.’
The father-of-two added that father-in-law, Andrew Turner, ‘is an incredibly keen gardener’ who was ‘quite impressed’ with the property’s vegetable garden.
‘I couldn’t help but notice the musicality of the house and the fact that it has a huge room ready to become my recording studio is amazing – there is nothing about the design that we would want to change,’ said Jonas enthusiastically.
and I will be able to pay tribute to the magic you created for many years to come
Envisioning spending the rest of his life in England, the Grammy nominee said he and Turner could really “imagine” growing up here and having this become our forever home.
He concluded that his family would spend “many years” paying “tribute to the magic” the previous owner had “created here.”
The letter was well received by the seller, who accepted the former couple’s offer and 10 percent down payment of $914,130 on July 7, just two months before their divorce.
According to court documents obtained by Page Six, the “sale of the Oxford home will close on December 2.”