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Jonas Family Assists Joe and Sophie Turner in Resolving Their Marriage Problems, but ‘Nothing Worked,’ According to Insider

Jonas Family Assists Joe and Sophie Turner in Resolving Their Marriage Problems, but 'Nothing Worked,' According to Insider

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner attempted to save their failing marriage with the support of their families, but ultimately decided to file for divorce. According to reports, the Jonas family had been rooting for the couple to work through their issues and save their relationship. However, despite their efforts, the marriage was irretrievably broken.

The couple, who share two children, expressed their desire for privacy amid the divorce proceedings and asked the public not to spread speculative narratives about their split. Joe Jonas filed for divorce, and the couple released a joint statement addressing the decision and the need for privacy.

It’s clear that they both made a difficult choice, with their children’s well-being in mind, and are seeking to co-parent amicably despite the end of their marriage.

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