Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner 'Already Thinking Of Having Kids' Is Made-Up Story

A new report alleges Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, who recently announced their engagement, are “already thinking of having kids.” The entire story, however, is made-up. Gossip Cop can correct this fabrication, which was posted by one particularly unreliable outlet.

As Gossip Cop reported, Jonas and Turner announced their engagement on their respective Instagram pages earlier this week with a photo of the actress wearing a diamond ring. Not surprisingly, the perpetually disproven HollywoodLifeimmediately capitalized on the engagement news, posting a bogus article on its website about Jonas and Turner’s alleged wedding plans. Two days later, the online outlet duped its readers for a second time, claiming in a made-up story that Turner knew Jonas was “the one” before they got engaged.

Now, the aptly nicknamed HollywoodLies is announcing in a new and baseless headline, “Joe Jonas & Sophie Turner Agree Kids Are A ‘Must’ After Marriage: When They’ll Start Family.” In the accompanying tale, a most assuredly fake source is quoted as saying, “Children is a must for Joe and Sophie and they would like to start a family real soon, but they have decided that they have to wait” until they’re “officially married.” The webloid’s questionable “insider” further purports, “Once ‘Game of Thrones’ ends you can almost guarantee a pregnancy announcement. They want to have a plethora of children.”

Let Gossip Cop set the record straight on the outlet’s phony story. Predictably, a source close to Turner tells us the report is “made-up.” The “Game of Thrones” star, who is only 21, is in no immediate rush to have kids with Jonas, despite the website’s concocted tale. Additionally, while it’s perfectly logical to assume the couple will start a family in the future, we’re further assured that no one remotely close to either star is feeding the website with information about the newly-engaged pair. It’s nothing more than a fabrication, designed to garner clicks and online traffic.

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