Months after her high-profile divorce from Joe Jonas, it looks like Sophie Turner is hard launching her new relationship on Instagram. The Game of Thrones star just seemingly made things Instagram official with her rumored boyfriend, aristocrat Peregrine Pearson, with a post documenting her time on the slopes.
On January 29, Sophie Turner posted a seemingly innocent photo dump from a recent ski trip to her official Instagram account. The six-photo carousel opens with a shot of Turner herself sitting on a chairlift with three friends, including her rumored new beau. How do we know it’s him, you ask? Well, despite everyone wearing their ski gear in the snap — including goggles that covered practically half their faces — Turner made sure to tag the three people accompanying her in the photo so we knew exactly who they were. From left to right, the picture featured Rupert Gorst, Amadea Kimmins, Turner herself, and Peregrine Pearson. (Double date, anyone?)
In case there were any doubts about how close Turner and Pearson are, the actor also included a second shot of the four in the carousel, where we can clearly see Pearson with his arm around her as they pose for the photo. You can see the full carousel below:
Sophie Turner and Peregrine Pearson were first romantically linked in October 2023 after they were spotted kissing in the streets of Paris. The duo reportedly attended the Rugby World Cup final together, where Turner unveiled the winner’s trophy. In December, the duo was seen holding hands and kissing once again, but this time in London.
Soon after Turner was spotted kissing Pearson, it was reported that Joe Jonas felt she was moving on “too soon.” However, eagle-eyed fans believe Jonas has also moved on with model Stormi Bree. While neither Turner nor Pearson has yet publicly spoken about the nature of their relationship, it sure looks like the two enjoy spending time together, and if that’s the case, we are all here for it.
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