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Sophie Turner Reflects on ‘Year of the Girlies,’ Makes 2024 Prediction Amid Joe Jonas Split

Sophie Turner had the support of her girlfriends amid her split from husband Joe Jonas in 2023, and now she’s reflecting on that time in an Instagram post.

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“2023 was the year of the girlies,” she reflected in the Jan. 2 carousel of snaps with her pals. She also made a prediction for the new year: “2024s forecast is looking fairly consistent.”

Among the snaps was a group photo that included Taylor Swift and Sabrina Carpenter at the Oct. 1 New York Jets vs. Kansas City Chiefs game at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. The squad had joined Swift — who briefly dated Jonas in 2008 — in cheering on her new love, Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce. (Hugh Jackman, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds and more were also spotted with the “Anti-Hero” singer at the game.)

Other photos show the former Game of Thrones star enjoying some quality girl time with her friends over meals, relaxing and goofing off in lush fields, showing off new tattoos and a video clip of fun times on the ski slopes.

Since her split from Jonas, Turner has been spotted out multiple times with Swift. Among the girls’ nights out was a weekend in early November, when the actress was out in Manhattan with the 12-time Grammy winner, Selena Gomez and Brittany Mahomes, who is married to Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Turner and Swift also spent time together in New York City in mid September, shortly after news of the actress’ split from the musician broke.

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Jonas filed for divorce on Sept. 5 after four years of marriage, stating in his petition that “the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken.” The two share two young daughters.

The former couple shared a joint statement on their social media accounts the day after the Jonas Brothers singer filed to split. “We have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage,” their statement began. “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.”

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