Los Angeles: Amid her pending divorce with musician Joe Jonas, ‘Game of Thrones’ actor Sophie Turner was spotted cozying up to an English aristocrat on the streets of Paris. According to UK tabloid, The Sun, the actor was seen sharing an intimate kiss with 29-year-old Peregrine 'Perry' John Dickinson Pearson — heir to the 4th Viscount Cowdray, a county in Sussex in broad daylight.
An eyewitness said they saw the pair at the Gare du Nord railway station “chatting and laughing a lot.” “They arrived together at the chauffeur pickup location outside of the station. It looked like they might have both come on the Eurostar from London,” the eyewitness claimed. “He then took his hat off and leaned in to give her a big kiss. After the kiss, they parted ways.”
Turner, whose face was not visible in the photographs, had her long hair in a low braid, which she kept under a red baseball cap. As per sources, she hid her face with black sunglasses and completed her look with a thick, floor-length black coat, patent leather loafers and a slouchy, crossbody Louis Vuitton bag in teal. The man, for his part, sported gray jeans and Adidas sneakers, a black peacoat and a brown scarf.
According to the outlet, the two then went their separate ways in chauffeur-driven cars before reuniting later at the city’s Stade de France, where the ‘Game of Thrones’ alum made a surprise appearance during the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Pearson returned to his Chelsea, West London, pad carrying a suitcase, according to the UK Sun. When asked about the socialite’s purported trip to the City of Love with the 'Dark Phoenix' star, a man at the property told the outlet, “He doesn’t want to comment on anything.”
Jonas, 34, filed for divorce last month after four years of marriage. Around the same time, Pearson split from King Charles III’s goddaughter, model Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, 27. Turner and the Jonas Brothers frontman recently settled on a temporary agreement regarding the custody of their two daughters: Willa, 3, and 1-year-old Delphine.
(With IANS inputs)