Sophie Turner spotted kissing UK aristocrat amid Joe Jonas divorce
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Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner has been spotted getting up close and personal with a UK aristocrat following her split from Joe Jonas.
Turner and Jonas said at the time they were ending their relationship 'amicably', adding that it was a 'united decision'.
She's since jetted off to another country, arriving in France where she attended the Rugby World Cup on Saturday (28 October), to unveil the competition's trophy.
While visiting Paris, Turner was photographed kissing Pearson by the side of a road before they parted ways in chauffeur-driven cars.
A witness to the smooch told The Sun they'd seen the pair at the Gare du Nord railway station in the country's capital city.
They said: “They arrived together at the chauffeur pick-up location outside of the station. It looked like they might have both come on the Eurostar from London.
“They stood there for a few minutes and were chatting and laughing a lot.
“He then took his hat off and leaned in to give her a big kiss. After the kiss they parted ways.”
After being spotted kissing, Turner and Pearson were seen again together at Stade de France, which hosted the Rugby World Cup Final match between New Zealand and South Africa.
Pearson, 29, comes from a family thought to be worth £224 million, and is heir to an estate in the English county of West Sussex.
He lives in a $6 million house in west London's Chelsea, where he was seen arriving home with a suitcase after being seen with Turner.
When asked about his trip, a man at Pearson's property said the aristocrat 'doesn't want to comment on anything'.
Pearson is known to have split up from his former girlfriend, King Charles’ goddaughter and model Princess Maria-Olympia in September.
Turner has agreed to shared custody of her children with Jonas, who was seen walking through New York with their two kids while their mom was in Paris.
In a joint statement, the parents said: "After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend time equally in loving homes in both the US and the UK.
"We look forward to being great co-parents."
UNILAD has contacted representatives for Turner for comment.