Sophie Turner may have revealed her baby’s exact birth date with a touching new tribute.
The Game of Thrones star, who welcomed her first child—a daughter named Willa—with husband Joe Jonas over the summer, has remained super private about her new family life. However, on November 13, she seems to have shared a tiny, but very important, new detail.
In a post on her Instagram Story, Turner shared a photo of a necklace that reads, “22.07.20”—which is just a few days before Willa’s birth was announced. The new gold-plated chain was made by Jennifer Fisher, who creates custom fine jewelry in New York City.
“Thank you, @jenniferfisherjewelry,” she wrote, adding a kissy gif.
This would place Willa’s birthday on July 22, 2020, meaning Turner’s baby is officially four months old next week! There’s still no photo of the couple’s new bundle of joy, but the new mom has posted some gorgeous photos from her pregnancy. (Who else is dying to know if Willa looks more like a JoBro or the Queen of Winterfell!?)
Meanwhile, the family of three was photographed in public for the first time last month. Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas were spotted taking a stroll in Los Angeles while pushing Willa in a black baby carriage. Of course, the new parents were both wearing face masks.
It was a rare sighting as the new parents have kept a low profile since welcoming their daughter. Other than sharing a series of gorgeous pregnancy photos, sources told Entertainment Tonight, “The couple is taking time to enjoy this special moment and have only shared the news and updates with family and friends. ”
The insider added, “With the pandemic, Joe and Sophie have been very cautious about who is around them and their little girl.”
In fact, even Turner’s BFF Maisie Williams, revealed she hasn’t met little Willa yet. “No, sadly I haven’t really been traveling much, so I’ve not met the baby!” she told Elle in September. Nick Jonas has met his new niece though, who he described as “the best.”
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