After The Jonas Brothers performed at the Billboard Music Awards, Joe Jonas and his fiancée Sophie Turner of Game of Thrones fame surprised the world by getting married in a Las Vegas chapel – complete with an Elvis impersonator serving as the officiant two years ago. The nuptials were streamed live on Instagram by producer/Dj Diplo, fans were able to watch the vow exchange for themselves. The fans could see that the bride wore a white jumpsuit and a fingertip veil. Country stars Dan + Shay performed an acoustic version of their hit “Speechless” while she walked down the aisle. The couple recited their vows simultaneously, and after sealing their marriage with a kiss, “Viva Las Vegas” was played in the chapel while the newlyweds and their guests – including singer Khalid – celebrated. As Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are celebrating two years of their impromptu Las Vegas wedding, they shared never-seen-before pictures on Instagram. she shared a series of unseen photos. One of them featured her sister-in-law, Priyanka Chopra, the wife of Joe’s brother, singer Nick Jonas. Happy 2 year Vegas Wedding anniversary to this big ol hunk of man meat,” Sophie wrote in the caption of her post. In the first picture, she and Joe were seen taking a dip in the swimming pool, with their clothes still on. There were also photos of them kissing as newlyweds, goofing around and turning DJs at the after-party. In one of the images, Sophie was seen with the other ‘J-sisters’, Priyanka and Danielle Jonas. She and Priyanka were seen wearing white bathrobes. Joe also shared never-seen-before pictures on Instagram, as he wished Sophie. “Married as F@$K for 2 years! Love you bub @sophiet,” he wrote. Most of the pictures posted by him were of them inside a pool. Earlier, in an interview with People magazine, Priyanka talked about her ‘double duty’ as a bridesmaid and flower girl at Joe and Sophie’s Las Vegas wedding. “All I can say is it’s such a Joe and Sophie thing to do. I mean, trust them to pull something like this off. They’re so carefree, so fun, and this is so representative of who they are, you know? It was just so special to be there,” she said. Here, are some of the pictures and also their Instagram handles for you to take a peek into their wedding if you have not seen it already.
Published by Swapnil Pandey
Swapnil Pandey is the best selling Indian defence author who has written The Force behind the Forces, Soldier's girl and Love Story of a Commando published by International publishing houses like Penguin random house and Westland Amazon publishers. She is married to an Army Officer and many from her family serve the nation in uniform too. The effortless portrayal of army life comes from this fauji background. Her latest book 'The Force behind the Forces' is based on the real-life stories of Veer Naris and immortal Indian Soldiers. The book is published by International Publishing House Penguin Random House in November 2021. Apart from this non-fiction, she has also written two fictional stories: 'Soldier's Girl' a fiction based on the constant struggle of a Para Special Operative between his call of duty and love life and 'Love Story of a Commando' an endless adventure between an NSG Commando and his beloved published by Mega publishing giant Westland-Amazon. She is also working on her fourth book which she intends to bring forward by 2022. Apart from her illustrious career as an author, she is also a prominent blogger who works in close collaboration with various national and international brands. Since lockdown 2020, she has also started producing motivational and informational videos to add value to the lives of her audiences as a societal influencer. These videos have created a huge impact and have been pivotal in raising various social issues around military families. Being part of the fauji fraternity herself she holds huge respect for men in uniform and since her voice reaches lakhs of people, she considers it her duty to raise awareness about the sacrifices these men and their families make in the line of duty. She believes it is the duty of a nation to not only look after the well being of its soldiers and their families but also honour their memories. The lives of Veer Naris (women whose fauji husbands are immortalised) also occupies a major part of the work and awareness drive.