Joe Jonas Inked Emotions: In an unexpected move post-breakup, singer Joe Jonas has opted for a new tattoo instead of the conventional fresh haircut.
The recently single artist, who recently separated from his wife, “Game of Thrones” star Sophie Turner, revealed his new ink during a Jonas Brothers concert in Canada. The tattoo, prominently displayed on the inside of his arm, features a quote from American poet William Stafford in bold block lettering: “I have woven a parachute out of everything broken.”
It appears that Jonas has entered what some may call his “sad boy era,” expressing his emotions through thought-provoking quotes.
When news of Jonas’ divorce surfaced in September, TMZ cited sources mentioning the couple’s “different lifestyles.” Allegedly, Jonas preferred a more laid-back approach, favoring staying at home, while Turner was more inclined towards a lively social scene.
Following the public announcement of their split, photos emerged of Turner enjoying a night out in London, celebrating the completion of her upcoming TV series, “Joan.” In contrast, Jonas was photographed post-separation, taking his daughters for lunch accompanied by a nanny.
Later, Jonas was spotted on a yacht in October, basking in the Florida sunshine and conversing with bikini-clad women amidst his high-profile divorce. Meanwhile, Turner, at 27, tended to their daughters Willa, 3, and Delphine, 1, in accordance with their shared custody agreement.
Having filed for divorce in September 2023 after four years of marriage, Jonas faced legal action from Turner, who sought the “immediate return” of their daughters to England. Turner asserted their initial plan was to raise the children in the UK.
Turner claimed Jonas was withholding their passports, preventing her from taking them back to her home country. However, Jonas’ representative clarified that there was no “abduction” of the children, emphasizing Jonas’s agreement to have the kids raised in both the US and the UK.
The former couple later issued a joint statement, indicating a successful mediation process and an agreement for the children to spend equal time in loving homes in both the US and the UK. They expressed anticipation for their journey as co-parents in a statement to Page Six.