New Love For Sophie Turner: Actress Spotted Kissing British Aristocrat Perry Pearson


Sophie Turner seems to have found love again after her separation from Joe Jonas. The “Game of Thrones” actress was spotted engaging in a passionate make-out session with her new boyfriend, Peregrine Pearson, also known as Perry, on the streets of London.

Key Takeaway

Sophie Turner, fresh from her divorce with Joe Jonas, has been spotted passionately kissing her new boyfriend, Peregrine Pearson, in London. Turner and Pearson’s relationship has been confirmed, as they publicly embrace their new romance. Their relationship comes amidst ongoing divorce proceedings between Turner and Jonas, while Turner’s new beau, Perry, comes from a wealthy background. The former couple has also reached a temporary child custody agreement as they navigate the complexities of co-parenting.

A Fresh Start

The sighting of Turner and Pearson in London confirms their relationship, after they were previously seen kissing in Paris back in October. While their status was uncertain at the time, it is now undeniable that they are a couple.

Meet Peregrine Pearson

Perry, a British aristocrat, is the eldest son of Michael Pearson, the 4th Viscount Cowdray, and a prominent figure in the Pearson family media empire. With a hefty fortune of over $270 million, Perry’s wealth surpasses Turner’s estimated net worth of $10 million.

Amid Divorce Proceedings

Sophie Turner’s separation from Joe Jonas has been publicly documented, with Jonas filing for divorce in early September. The split has been marred with acrimony, but it appears that things have begun to calm down between the ex-spouses.

Moving On

On the other hand, Perry recently ended his relationship with Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, who also happens to be the goddaughter of King Charles III. Both Turner and Perry are now ready to embark on a new chapter in their lives.

Temporary Child Custody Agreement

Meanwhile, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have reached a temporary child custody agreement regarding their two children. The arrangement allows the children to travel between the United States and the United Kingdom, although a permanent agreement is yet to be finalized.