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Sophie Turner Can't Plan Her Wedding To Joe Jonas Until 'Game Of Thrones' Is Over

 

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Becoming Mrs. Joe Jonas can wait: Sophie Turner needs to finish filming Game of Thrones before she finds the time to plan her own wedding.

The 21-year-old, who plays Sansa Stark in the hit fantasy series, got engaged to Jonas in October 2016, nearly a year after reports that the two are dating surfaced. They held a star-studded engagement party a month after in New York, which was attended by their friends including Ansel Elgort, Tom Holland. and of course, Nick and Kevin Jonas. The celebrity couple has not announced the exact date of their wedding.

Bridesmaid Duties

Turner's costar and best friend Maisie Williams said that the young actress has a lot on her plate right now that the wedding had to take a back seat.

"We're waiting until the season is done until we get into any of that, but I think she's already letting her little heart wander and imagine," she told Radio Times.

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones on HBO has started filming late last year and is not expected to wrap up until this coming summer. While the coming season will only have six episodes, production is expected to be grander. Moreover, rumor has it that each episode will be feature-length.

The award-winning series still has a long way to go before it wraps up filming, but according to Williams, Turner has already decided one thing: Arya is going to be a bridesmaid.

"I've already got it," Williams revealed when asked if she is vying for a role as a bridesmaid. "It's very, very exciting. It's kind of bizarre, though!"

Game Of Thrones News

Game of Thrones Season 8 will not premiere until next year, but Peter Dinklage thinks that now is the right time to end the popular series.

"We get, you know, pockets of great people for a short amount of time, and then you have to move on, and it's always heartbreaking — especially when you've spent more than a couple months with people," he explained to Variety. "But yeah, it's time. Story-wise, not just for all our lives . . . It's a perfect time to end it. Sometimes shows stay on a little too long. The jumping-the-shark thing."

Not much is known about the eighth and final season of the hit television series adapted from the novels written by George R.R. Martin. However, the upcoming season will finally see the crescendo of the war that has been building up since Season 1. Moreover, who will sit on the Iron Throne?

Game of Thrones Season 8 will return in 2019 on HBO.

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