She is officially a married woman after tying the knot with beau Joe Jonas on May 1 in a shocking Las Vegas wedding.
But in a candid interview with the digital magazine of NET-A-PORTER, PorterEdit, Sophie Turner, 23, has admitted that even though it has been a month since she married the singer, she still doesn't know if she still feels like a woman.
In addition to her new marital status, the actress also talked about her fight against depression and anxiety, and admitted that her parents did not understand why she was going to therapy, while noting that the UK often & # 39; stays behind & # 39; the US when it comes to mental health.
& # 39; Kind of floating right now & # 39 ;: Sophie Turner, 23, has admitted that even though it's been a month since she married Jon Jonas, she & # 39; still doesn't know if she still feels like a woman & # 39;
Sophie sent shock waves across the industry and her fans, while she married Joe at the beginning of the month.
Talking about what it feels like to get married, the blonde said: & I don't know if I already feel like a woman. I do not know how I feel. I mean, I feel good, of course. But it happened so recently that at the moment I'm just a little bobber. & # 39;
The love birds were out to give their wedding a surprise, but it was their friend Diplo who gave away the secret by streaming the wedding live on Instagram.
Talking about whether she would have tried to keep the wedding a secret, Sophie explained: “Maybe not forever. I think at some point I should have stopped & # 39; fiance & # 39; to say, but yes, I would have kept it a secret.
Married woman! Sophie sent shock waves across the industry and her fans, while she married Joe at the beginning of the month
& # 39; I had kept the secret & # 39 ;: while friend Diplo gave away the secret by streaming their marriage live on Instagram, Sophie explained that they had kept it under control for a while
& # 39; Marriage is a private thing between two people and I think it should be that way. It's not about the dress, it's not about the food. It's about being a man and a woman and being committed to each other forever, & she admitted.
While Sophie, who is still planning a honeymoon with the hunk, has experienced much recent happiness and success in her life, she has also had a voice about her fight against depression.
However, she expressed her dismay about how the UK lags behind the US in accepting and treating psychological problems.
& # 39; My parents are still so fond of it, & # 39; Why are you going to therapy? & # 39; and I kind of like, "Because I'm depressed, remember?" It's a very British thing – that idea that you just have to keep going, & # 39; chin up & # 39 ;.
Exciting! Sophie is currently planning a honeymoon with the hunk
& # 39; It's a British thing & # 39 ;: while Sophie has seen a lot of recent happiness in her life, she has also had a voice about her fight against depression – which her parents find hard to understand
& # 39; Therapy is seen as a little self-indulgent, a little soft. But therapy and medication helped me a lot, & she confessed.
Discussing about destigmatizing psychological problems, Sophie revealed: & # 39; The first step to any kind of movement is just to say it there, talk about it and make it a taboo so that people can go and get help and not feel embarrassed to do this.
& # 39; People feel so much shame about it, so when I talk about it, I can even have an impact on one person, that would be great.
Sophie is currently promoting her new X-Men movie Dark Phoenix, which is scheduled to play on June 5 in the UK and on June 7 in the US.
To see the full interview with Sophie Turner, read PorterEdit Net-a-Porter.
Star: Sophie is currently promoting her new X-Men movie Dark Phoenix, which is scheduled to play in cinemas in the UK on June 5 and in the US on June 7.
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