Sophie Turner Admits She's 'Unhappy' with How Custody Battle Played Out: 'Doing the Best We Can'

Turner shares her two daughters — Willa and Delphine — with estranged husband Joe Jonas

<p>Mikael Jansson/Vogue</p> Sophie Turner for Vogue

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Sophie Turner for Vogue

Sophie Turner is focused on creating a sustainable co-parenting relationship for her daughters.

Speaking with British Vogue for their June cover story, the Game of Thrones alum, 28, opened up about how she's been focused on creating healthy relationships in her life, including fostering a functioning co-parenting relationship with her estranged husband Joe Jonas.

Jonas and Turner share daughters Willa, 3½, and Delphine, 22 months.

"I'm unhappy with the way everything played out, especially when it comes to my children," Turner told the outlet. "They're the victims in all of this. But I think we're doing the best we can."

"I'm confident that we can figure it out. Joe is a great father to our children and that's all that I can ask for," she continued.

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<p>Mikael Jansson/Vogue</p> Sophie Turner on the cover of 'British Vogue'

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Sophie Turner on the cover of 'British Vogue'

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After four years of marriage, Jonas filed for divorce from Turner in September 2023. The filing claimed that "the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken."

The musician and the actress — who have a prenup in place, per their filing — tied the knot in 2019 after nearly three years of dating.

Later that September, Turner sued Jonas and requested her children be returned to England. In the lawsuit, she called for "the immediate return of children wrongfully removed or wrongfully retained."

<p>Mikael Jansson/Vogue</p> Sophie Turner for Vogue

Mikael Jansson/Vogue

Sophie Turner for Vogue

A fews week after that, Jonas and Turner determined a temporary custody agreement, which will allow their daughters to split equal time between England and the United States.

In January, Turner officially dropped her wrongful retention claim against Jonas, with both agreeing to have the filing dismissed "with prejudice, and without attorneys’ fees, expenses, costs and/or disbursements awarded to either party" after their parenting agreement in the U.K. was approved on Jan. 11.

The former couple is careful to never share photos of their daughters on social media and rarely speak about them in public, however when the Jonas Brothers were honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, last year, the proud father shouted-out his girls in his acceptance speech.

"To my little ones at home, Daddy loves you to the moon and back," he said in January.

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