She is happily married to husband Joe Jonas, and the couple recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary.
But at the start of Pride month, Sophie Turner has sparked speculation that she’s bisexual.
The 25-year-old Game Of Thrones star shared a post on social media on Wednesday celebrating Pride and fans are convinced she used it to seemingly come out, captioning it: ‘The time is not right and so am I. not.’
Gripping: Sophie Turner, 25, appeared to be bisexual as she took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to celebrate the start of Pride Month
Sophie – who shares daughter Willa, 11 months, with singer Joe, 31, hinted at her sexuality while sharing her Instagram story: It’s muthaf***** #pride month babaaaayyyyy.’ [sic]
In addition to the text, Sophie added a series of stickers, including a heart in the colors of the bisexual pride flag next to the words ‘Bi Pride’.
A similar sticker featuring the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag read “gay pride,” while other stickers feature a rainbow and a character on a bicycle alongside the phrase “Move, I’m gay.”
The latest sticker prompted fans to speculate about Sophie’s sexuality on Twitter, reading, “The time is not right and neither am I.”
MailOnline has reached out to Sophie’s representatives for comment.
Post in question: A similar sticker with the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag read “gay pride”, while other stickers feature a character riding a bicycle next to the phrase “move, I’m gay”
Sexuality: Sophie – married husband Joe Jonas, 31, took to social media on Wednesday to celebrate the start of Pride month, using her post to seemingly come out
Sophie’s fans flocked to Twitter, sharing their support for the star, with one message: ‘Sophie Turner is bisexual. I won.’
A second echoed: “Sophie Turner is BIIIIIIIIIIII, another victory for us gay women.”
A third Twitter user added, “sophie turner came out as bi heals the earth.”
Other comments included “SOPHIE TURNER BISEXUAL LEGEND AND NOBODY TOLD ME” and “sophie turner the queen (sic).”
Another shared how ‘proud’ they were of Sophie, while tweeting a lengthy message that read: ‘Proud of Sophie Turner for coming out! To some, this may seem silly, because to them, sexuality isn’t that important, and ideally they would be right.
“But Sophie is one of my biggest idols and I’m glad she had the courage to come out like me, I know how disheartening it can be.”
Support: Sophie’s fans flocked to Twitter to share their support, writing: ‘Sophie Turner is bisexual. I won’
Husband and wife: Sophie and husband Joe, 31, became parents for the first time in July and married in 2019 in Las Vegas after the Billboard Music Awards
Sophie has been dating Joe since 2016 and the couple have now been married for two years and became parents to their daughter Willa for the first time last July.
They first became official on Instagram in January 2017 — when Sophie shared a photo of Joe smoking a cigar on a boat in Miami — and got engaged shortly after, when Joe posed the question in October later that year.
Sophie confirmed the proposal in an interview, revealing: “It’s wonderful to be engaged.
“Not as if I’ve accomplished anything, but I’ve found my person, as if I’d find a home that I love and want to stay in forever. There is a sense of peace that comes with finding your person.’
Family: They’ve kept details about their child’s birth fairly private, but insiders have previously said Joe ‘did everything’ to help his wife Sophie get ‘settled’
She said rolling stone in March 2019: ‘I was totally preparing to be single for the rest of my life. I think when you’ve found the right person, you just know.’
Focusing on her sexuality at the time, Sophie added: “I feel like I’m much older than I am in age. I feel like I’ve lived enough to know. I’ve met enough guys to know – I’ve met enough girls to know. I don’t feel 22. I feel 27, 28.
‘Everyone is experimenting. It’s part of growing up. I like a soul, not a gender.’
The actress and Joe married in a surprise wedding in Las Vegas in May 2019, after the Billboard Music Awards, and they held a second ceremony for friends and family in France the following month in June.
Sophie was known for being very private when it came to their relationship. She didn’t publicly announce her pregnancy until their little girl arrived, where she and Joe released a statement announcing Willa’s birth.
Since then, the couple have kept the details about their little girl to themselves, but insiders have said Joe has “did everything” to help wife Sophie “settle in” in their new life as a family of three.
The couple have kept the details of their child’s birth quite private, but insiders have previously said Joe has “did everything” to help his wife Sophie get “settled” into their lives as a family of three.
Love is love: Sophie, who played Sansa Stark in Game Of Thrones, previously said, “Everyone experiments. It’s part of growing up. I like a soul, not a gender.’
Sophie’s Instagram postmark Pride comes after it was revealed she will star in the new HBO series The Staircase.
The film talent joins a star-studded lineup that already includes Colin Firth, Toni Collette, Parker Posey, Juliette Binoche and Rosemarie DeWitt.
The Staircase is centered on novelist Michael Peterson [Colin Firth] who was charged with the murder of his second wife, Kathleen [Toni Collette] in 2001.
In the show, Sophie plays the role of Margaret Ratliff, one of Michael’s adopted daughters.
The eight-episode series has been in development for two years and is based on the 2004 docu-series of the same name, which was updated in 2018 with new episodes. Variety.
The show initially premiered on Canal+ before moving to Netflix, where it received significant attention and critical acclaim. It is also inspired by several books and reports on Michael’s case.
The now 77-year-old author claimed his wife had died after falling down the stairs at their North Carolina home, although police suspected he had killed her and hid his evidence.
He was eventually convicted of murder, although his sentence was later reduced to voluntary manslaughter.
Also cast: The news of Sophie’s latest role comes a month after it was confirmed that both Colin Firth (pictured in 2020) and Toni Collette have been cast