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Sophie Turner has revealed what she initially thought of singer Joe Jonas, who she married last year. The Games Of Thrones favourite admitted that she thought “he would be such a d*ck” prior to their first date.

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I took all my guy friends with me to meet him, because in the back of my mind I was worried he could be a catfish

Sophie Turner

The 24-year-old took moral support along to their initial meeting, as she was “worried he could be a catfish”.

In a new interview with ELLE UK, the actress opened up about how her romance with the Jonas Brothers crooner, 30, came about.

She explained how at first one of the producers - who had lived next door to Joe - on a film she was working on, suggested they “would really get along”.

Shortly afterwards, Sophie ran into his agent, who also thought the pair “would really hit it off”.

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They eventually met up while Joe was touring the UK with his band and the star was living with pals in Camden.

“When I told my friends, they were like, ‘Yes! Joe Jonas! That’s hilarious. You have to do it. And you have to text us everything he says’,” she recalled.

Sophie went on: “I expected him to show up with security and everything. I thought he would be such a d*ck.

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