Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have welcomed their first child together, a baby daughter they are thought to have named Willa.
According to TMZ, the Game of Thrones actress and Jonas Brothers singer introduced their little one on 22 July, in LA.
The couple – who tied the knot in a secret Las Vegas wedding – had kept their pregnancy out of the spotlight.
In fact, the 24-year-old Sansa Stark star only recently unveiled her baby bump last month, during a walk with her husband, 30, and his parents.
A US forensic artist has now predicted what their daughter could look like when she grows up a little.
Joe Mullins took some of the couples’ features and morphed them together to produce his e-fit.
And she’s a total Sophie mini-me.
Joe has also given us a glimpse at what their potential future son could look like – and we’re getting total Joey Essex vibes.
Is the reemest man in Towie somehow related to one of the pair?
It was announced yesterday that Sophie had given birth to her first child with the Sucker singer.
Fans went into meltdown after it was reported that the pair had chosen the name Willa for their daughter – pointing out that the name has a connection to a Game of Thrones character.
Well actually, two characters. One character named Willa was a wildling that first appeared on Game Of Thrones in season five for two episodes.
While the other Willa appeared in season eight in The Last of the Starks episode and was a servant at Winterfell, who’s allegiance was to House Stark.
Well, seeing as her mum came to fame while playing a member of the Stark clan, we’re not all that surprised.
Fans couldn’t get enough of the link, flocking to Twitter to discuss possible meanings behind the adorable name.
‘Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas just became parents and apparently their daughter is named Willa,’ one shared.
‘And thats a game of thrones name. And a Stark name. That’s just so cool I can’t. #gameofthrones #joejonas #sophieturner.’
While another agreed: ‘Omg Sophie Turner has named her baby girl Willa. A complete Got aka A Song of Ice and Fire reference congratulations.’
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