People reported Joe Jonas has filed for divorce from Sophie Turner.
The Jonas Brothers singer and "Game of Thrones" actor have been married for four years.
TMZ reported they've had "serious problems" for months; Jonas has taken their two daughters on tour.
Joe Jonas has filed for divorce from Sophie Turner after four years of marriage.
According to People, Jonas filed for a dissolution of marriage on Tuesday in Miami, Florida, claiming "the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken."
TMZ first broke the news of Jonas shopping for a divorce lawyer, reporting that the pair, who married in 2019 in dual ceremonies in Las Vegas and France, have had "serious problems" for months. People confirmed Saturday that the 34-year-old Jonas has retained a lawyer.
Representatives for Jonas did not respond to a request for comment from Insider. A spokesperson for Turner declined to comment.
In August, Jonas and Turner sold their beachfront Miami mansion for $15 million. They purchased the six-bedroom, nine-bathroom house for $11 million in 2021.
The couple share two young daughters. TMZ reported that the singer-songwriter has been caring for their children "pretty much all of the time" for the last three months, taking the kids on tour around the US with his brother's band.
The 27-year-old "Game of Thrones" actor has previously referred affectionately to their relationship as the "next thing to move on to" following her role as Sansa Stark in the hit HBO series. Turner told Elle UK last year that "if I hadn't found Joe, I think I would have felt quite lost" after the show ended.
In a shout-out to his wife earlier this year after the Jonas Brothers received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, People reported Jonas called Turner his "homie," adding, "You're my partner in crime. You keep me motivated and inspired every day. I strive to be as cool as you."
Referencing his children at the same event, People reported Jonas said, "to my little ones at home, Daddy loves you to the moon and back."
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