'GoT' Sophie Turner Posts Photo Of Joe Jonas On Instragram; Jonas Falling Hard For The Actress?

By Marguerite Chang - 05 Jan '17 05:30AM

If the latest Instagram post is the basis then it is really official - Game of Throne's Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are indeed a couple. After letting everybody know that they spent Thanksgiving with each other, now Turner has shared a photo of Jonas in a boat and smoking a cigar - in her Instagram account. The GoT actress captioned the photo as "Miami Daze."

Allegedly the singer is falling for the actress because "she insists on paying for her own." This comes after the actor has allegedly said that Turner having her own money is like a breath of fresh air. She doesn't require him to pay for everything and spends her own money when she goes to visit. It helps that she's "so smart and sexy" according to the source.

Although this is not the first time that people know about their relationship but this is the first time that either of them shared a photo in public. It can be recalled People has published a report saying that the singer is serious in their relationship. They are not only dating exclusively but sources say that his "playing the field" is over and is willing to spend his happily ever after with the actress.

There were numerous sightings of the couple the past two months. Reports are saying the Turner has met the Jonas family and they have been seen attending a friend's wedding last December. Other members of the Jonas household has even posted a photo of the two during the wedding.

 About last night table 5 madness... #rp @pariscarney

A photo posted by Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) on Nov 27, 2016 at 2:15pm PST

It was even reported that Jonas and Turner welcomed 2017 together. Jonas was performing at Times Square with DNCE and he was spotted with Turner after the performance. Turner shared a video of the two of them celebrating the New Year together. If the post is any indication, it seems that fans will be seeing more of the couple in the coming days.

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