Sophie Turner had to go to the 2019 Emmys alone while her husband is on tour, but she did receive all the love she needed.
Sophie Turner was nominated for the 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards in the 'Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series' category for 'Game of Thrones'. Although her hubby, Joe Jonas was on tour, he made some time to show his pride at her accomplishment.
"I am so proud of you. You are nominated for an Emmy! You are incredible, I love you," Joe wrote on his Instagram story with Sophie's photo, and she immediately followed up on the dedication to send him her love as well, with "I love you bubba!"
Sending love from afar. Source: Joe Jonas/Sophie Turner, Instagram Story
Despite going solo, the X-men star didn't leave any effort to look the most stylish. She hit the red carpet wearing a blush Louis Vuitton gown with a structured bodice split up the waist and a belted waist. The star pulled up her hair in a unique half-up ponytail and the rest of it falling down her back. The diamond statement collar necklace topped off the cake that is the beautiful Sophie.
Married to the 'Jonas Brother' singer since May 2019, the love life has been pleasing for the pair so far. This shows an even stronger bond they have despite currently being too far away from each other.
Sophie dolled up for the Emmys despite going solo. Source: John Shearer, Getty Images
The 30-year-old singer is on the 'Jonas Brothers Happiness Begins Reunion' tour, alongside brothers, Nick and Kevin. It began on August 7, 2019, from Miami and ends on February 22, 2020, in Paris. They are currently in Kansas City for a Sunday night concert at the Sprint Center. Joe shared some glimpses from the tour in Kansas City.
Joe at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Source: Joe Jonas, Instagram
'Game of Thrones' made a record for the most nominations for a TV series at this year's Emmy Awards with 32 nominations for its eighth and final season. It includes 'Outstanding Drama Series' and 'Best Supporting Actor' for Peter Dinklage, both of which they won.
The HBO hit series has 260 Emmys while being nominated for more than 700 times since its first premiere on 2011.