Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas' daughter's name revealed
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The name of Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas' daughter has finally been revealed.
The A-list couple welcomed their second child into the world last year, but have kept her out of the lime light ever since. And as is often the case with celebs, fans have been keen to find out what they decided to call her.
Incredibly, Turner and Jonas have managed to keep her name a secret... until now, that is.
As you'll know, the couple have decided to go their separate ways, with Jonas filing for divorce over the summer.
In documents filed on 5 September, the 34-year-old said 'the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken'.
It also stated that while their children have been living with Jonas in Miami and other places most recently, 'it is in the best interests of the minor children that the parties have shared parental responsibility'.
And since then, things have turned pretty ugly between the pair, with Turner suing her estranged husband over the return of their two children, claiming the singer had withheld their passports.
Amid the couple's turmoil, though, Page Six has managed to obtain Tuner's filing, which shows their youngest child's name is.... Delphine.
“The Mother has also submitted her Hague Convention Application for Return to the Central Authority for England & Wales seeking the return of the children to England,” the Game of Thrones star's motion reads.
“In accordance with the Convention, the Central Authority for England & Wales which has transmitted the Application to the United States Department of State, serves as the United States Central Authority.
“The objects of the Convention are as follows: (1) to secure the immediate return of children wrongfully removed or wrongfully retained in any Contracting State; and (2) to ensure that rights of custody and of access under the law of one Contracting State are effectively respected in other Contracting States.”
Jonas hit back with a blistering statement claiming the children had to remain in the US due to a court order and called Turner's suit 'a serious abuse of the legal system'
The singer also appeared to allude to the messy situation at a recent Jonas Brothers concerts.
Crowd footage from the night, which has been subsequently uploaded to TikTok, shows Jonas addressing the crowd.
"Any parents in the house?" he asks.
After a brief pause, he went on to say: "If you're trying to have kids, best of luck," before introducing the song 'Little Bird'.