Sophie Turner and her husband Joe Jonas hit the town this week and there was no covering up her growing belly. While walking down famous Mel rose Avenue in Los Angeles, California, the pregnant actress was seen sporting a face mask, plaid blazer, crop top, gray leggings, and white sneakers with Velcro closures. The expectant mom was carrying a bottle of Coca-Cola and a tiny purse.
As for Joe Jonas, he too was wearing a face mask along with a Bruce Lee T-shirt, dark jeans, sneakers and a satchel.
This isn’t the first time Sophie Turner’s baby bump has been spotted. The 24-year-old Game of Thrones star was photographed on Memorial Day in Santa Barbara, California, with Jonas, and their golden retriever. Turner dressed for the warm weather, and her baby bump was clearly visible, peeking out from her T-shirt.
And while it’s clear that Sophie Turner is expecting, neither she nor Joe Jonas have confirmed her pregnancy.
Last week, Sophie hit back at criticism over her attendance at a Black Lives Matter protest alongside Joe on Saturday.
The pair joined a demonstration at Northern California’s Mammoth Lake, fighting to end systemic racism and police violence following the killing of George Floyd on May 25.
In photos shared to social media the Dark Phoenix star had a hand-written cardboard sign with her that read, ‘White Silence Is Violence.’
One picture featured a group of protestors lying on the ground with their hands behind them back to mimic the position George Floyd was held in minutes before his death.
‘We stand, we kneel, we lay down with you,’ Sophie captioned the photo in her Instagram Stories
One follower weighed in on the star’s comments and appeared to refer to the four Minneapolis police officers; Derek Chauvin, J.Alexander Keung, Thomas Lane, and Tou Thao, present at at the time of George Floyd’s death.
The fan wrote: ‘I mean they’ve been arrested and charged with murder so there’s justice, soooo can we have peace now?’
In a now deleted reply referenced on numerous fan accounts, Sophie wrote: ‘This isn’t just about those 4 cops.
‘This is about Breonna Taylor, this is about Trayvon Martin, this is about Eric Garner, this is about the systemic racism that black people have faced for hundreds and hundreds of years.
‘This is about changing the system. Justice will be done when society reflects our beliefs that we are all equal. Until then there should be no peace.’
Floyd was killed when a white police officer pressed his knee into his neck for nearly nine minutes, including almost three minutes after he stopped breathing and became unresponsive.
Fury: Pregnant Sophie Turner hit back at criticism over her attendance at a Black Lives Matter protest alongside husband Joe Jonas over the weekend