Sophie Turner was spotted for the first time since she and her estranged husband, Joe Jonas, announced they were divorcing after four years of marriage.
The “Game of Thrones” alum was photographed wearing heavy makeup and a short blond wig on the set of the upcoming ITVX series “Joan,” which is currently filming in Spain, on Tuesday.
In the photos obtained by Page Six, Turner — who plays infamous British jewel their Joan Hannington — was seen taking a quick cigarette break in a rocky outdoor location.
The 27-year-old mom of two wore a pair of Adidas slides, gray spandex shorts and a black tank top that exposed what appeared to be a large temporary tattoo on her back.
Turner carried her cell phone, which was protected by a “Toy Story”-themed case, in one hand.
The accessory possibly holds a special meaning to her as she and Jonas, 34, got matching tattoos in 2018 of Buzz Lightyear’s famous catchphrase, “To infinity and beyond.”
It’s the first time the “Dark Phoenix” star had been spotted since she and the Jonas Brothers singer announced they were “amicably” splitting.
“After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage,” the estranged couple — who eloped in Las Vegas in May 2019 before having a full-blown ceremony in France the following month — wrote in a joint statement that they posted to their respective Instagrams on Sept. 6.
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“There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children.”
The statement came one day after the DNCE frontman filed for divorce in Miami, alleging in court documents that their union was “irretrievably broken.”
Multiple sources told TMZ that the “Sucker” crooner decided to terminate their marriage after catching the “Do Revenge” actress in compromising Ring camera footage.
An insider later revealed to Page Six that divorce was the “last resort” for Jonas.
“He never wanted to break up his family, but he had to take what he felt was the best course of action for his girls,” the source told us, adding that the duo was “unhappy” and “going through it” behind closed doors.
A second source said on Tuesday that the Jonas family was “pulling for” the couple to work out their problems.
“Only they know what’s best for them and their family,” the insider insisted.
On Saturday, the Disney Channel alum, who is currently on tour with the Jonas Brothers, got emotional on stage while performing “Hesitate,” a love song he wrote for Turner, at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles.
“It’s been a crazy week,” he said before starting the tune.
“Thank you everyone for your love and support. Me and my family love you guys.”