Pregnant Sophie Turner reveals she wants to return to the UK for the sake of her mental health

Sophie Turner has revealed that she wants to return to England for the sake of her mental health.

The game of Thrones The star, 26, who is currently pregnant with her second child, currently lives in Miami with her husband, pop star Joe Jonas, and their 21-month-old daughter Willow.

Sophie is convinced she wants to raise her young family in the UK, but admitted her American husband, 32, will need “a bit of convincing” to make the transatlantic move.

Nostalgia: Sophie Turner has revealed she wants to return to England for the sake of her mental health [pictured with husband Joe Jonas]

Nostalgia: Sophie Turner has revealed she wants to return to England for the sake of her mental health [pictured with husband Joe Jonas]

speaking to United Kingdom Of her big plans, Sophie said: ‘I miss England so much. The people, the attitude, everything. I am slowly dragging my husband back.

“I really love living in America, but for my mental health, I have to be close to my friends and family.”

The beauty added that she would also love her daughter to have the English education she was “lucky” to have.

Despite making a life in Miami, Sophie’s nostalgic heart still yearns for England, but the same can’t be said for her Arizona-born husband of three years.

Situation: The 26-year-old Game of Thrones star, who is currently pregnant with her second child, currently lives in Miami with her husband, pop star Joe Jonas, and their 21-month-old daughter Willow.

Situation: The 26-year-old Game of Thrones star, who is currently pregnant with her second child, currently lives in Miami with her husband, pop star Joe Jonas, and their 21-month-old daughter Willow.

He added to the post: ‘England would ideally be the final destination, but [Joe] might take a little convincing! My parents’ house is the epitome of the English countryside: horses, sheep, cows…’

The X-Men: Dark Phoenix star went on to say that he still manages to get his hands off British treats from home, like his beloved Bisto sauce, commenting that American products “are not the same.”

Sophie has previously opened up about her mental health struggles in the past, noting that her now-husband “saved” her when they met.

In an interview with the sunday time, Sophie candidly recalled: ‘I was going through this phase of being really bad mentally. He was like, “I can’t be with you until you love yourself.

Not interested: Sophie insists she wants to raise her young family in the UK, but admitted her American husband will need

Not interested: Sophie insists she wants to raise her young family in the UK, but admitted her American husband will need “a bit of convincing” to make the transatlantic move.

“I can’t see that you love me more than you love yourself.” That was something, him doing that. I think he saved my life, in a way.

In 2019, the actress also opened up about her battle with depression and anxiety, admitting her parents didn’t understand why she went to therapy and noting that the UK often “lags behind” the US when it comes to therapy. regarding mental health.

She told NET-A-PORTER’s digital magazine, GoalkeeperEdit: ‘My parents still say, “Why do you go to therapy?” and I’m like, “Because I’m depressed, remember?” It’s a very British thing: this idea that you should go ahead, ‘lie up’.

“The therapy is seen as a bit self-indulgent, a bit soft. But therapy and medication have helped me tremendously,” she confessed.

Away from home: 'I really love living in America but for my mental health I have to be close to my friends and family'

Away from home: ‘I really love living in America but for my mental health I have to be close to my friends and family’

Speaking about wanting to de-stigmatize mental health issues, Sophie revealed: “The first step to any kind of movement is to just expose it, talk about it and make it less taboo so people can go and get help and not feel ashamed to do it.

“People feel a lot of shame about it, so if, by talking about it, I can have an impact on one person, that would be amazing.”

The movie star also revealed that year that she was forced to go to therapy when pressured to do so by film and television studios. lose weight in the midst of his troubles.

opening up to marie claire Australia, said: “Everyone needs a therapist, especially when people are constantly telling you that you’re not good enough and you don’t look good enough.”

“I think it’s necessary to have someone to talk to and help you get through that.”

However, Sophie did not specify which film or television studios pressured her to lose weight.

Revealing: Sophie has previously opened up about her mental health struggles in the past, noting that her now-husband

Revealing: Sophie has previously opened up about her mental health struggles in the past, noting that her now-husband “saved” her when they met [pictured in 2020]

Honest: Sophie candidly recalled: 'I was going through this phase of being really bad mentally.  He was like, "I can't be with you until you love yourself' [pictured in 2019]

Honest: Sophie candidly recalled: ‘I was going through this phase of being really bad mentally. He was like, “I can’t be with you until you love yourself.” [pictured in 2019]

In 2013, he appeared in the Spanish-British thriller Another Me, in 2015 he appeared in the action film Barely Lethal, and in 2016 he appeared in the hit film X-Men: Apocalypse.

Sophie added to the post that she found it difficult growing up on screen on HBO’s Game of Thrones, where she plays Sansa Stark, who has starred on the show since she was just 13 years old.

“My metabolism suddenly decided to drop to the depths of the ocean and I started getting pimples and gaining weight, and all of this was happening to me on camera,” said Sophie.

She said that everyone on social media would have an opinion about her, and she found that particularly difficult.

Candid: GOT star Sophie Turner reveals she turned to therapy to help her after being pressured by film and TV studios to lose weight amid her battle with depression

Candid: GOT star Sophie Turner reveals she turned to therapy to help her after being pressured by film and TV studios to lose weight amid her battle with depression

Body image: The movie star also revealed that in 2019 she was forced to turn to therapy when she was pressured by film and TV studios to lose weight amid her struggles

Body image: The movie star also revealed that in 2019 she was forced to turn to therapy when she was pressured by film and TV studios to lose weight amid her struggles

Meanwhile, Sophie and her husband Joe welcomed their first child in July 2020 and are currently hoping to expand their brood while awaiting the arrival of their second.

The pair initially bonded after they were seen getting affectionate at a 2016 concert in the Netherlands.

Sophie and Joe went on to announce that they had gotten engaged after a year of dating in October 2017.

They surprised many when they held a wedding ceremony in Las Vegas in May 2019 and held a second, which took place in France, later that year.

The X-Men: Apocalypse actress was revealed to be pregnant with her first child in February 2020.

In character: Sophie said she found it difficult growing up on screen in HBO's Game of Thrones (pictured), where she plays Sansa Stark, having started the show at just 13 years old

In character: Sophie said she found it difficult growing up on screen in HBO’s Game of Thrones (pictured), where she plays Sansa Stark, having started the show at just 13 years old

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