When Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner eloped in Las Vegas, no one was more surprised than the celebrity guests. The event quickly became public knowledge after Diplo took it upon himself to live stream the occasion. Now almost a month after their elopement, Joe and Sophie have admitted that they did not ask, or want, him to share the videos.
Appearing on Capital Breakfast radio this week, one of the hosts teased that "Diplo ruined it for you," by posting the entire thing on his Instagram and making the secret wedding not very secret at all.
"Yeah, he did ruin it," Jonas agreed. "I love Diplo, but he loves his ‘gram more than a 13-year-old. He posts every five seconds. He literally, like, live-streamed with dog face filters."
But the couple could see the fun in it. "We just laughed. We loved it. We thought it was ridiculous, and I just love that he was walking into the chapel and he was like, ‘going to hit this wedding real quick,' [in his Instagram Story]."
While on air, Jonas also admitted the ceremony was "lit" but confirmed they will be having a second ceremony later this year.
Turner also confirmed on her Graham Norton Show appearance last week that she and Jonas didn't ask Diplo to live stream the ceremony when asked whether he was their wedding photographer.
"Well, we didn't choose him to be our wedding photographer," she said. "He just kind of decided to live-streamed it. [What happens in Vegas] doesn't stay in Vegas."
The couple's second ceremony, which is rumoured to be happening in France, will be for close family and friends and is actually the reason they eloped in the first place.
A source told People that the couple wed in the US so that their marriage would legitimate when they say "I do" later in Europe.
"They had to get married in the States to make it legal, but the wedding is still in Europe,” the source said.
Per the US Embassy & Consulates in France, “At least one of the parties to be married must have resided in France for at least forty days immediately preceding the marriage. This precludes a wedding in cases where both parties are only visiting for a short stay”; furthermore, “In France, a religious ceremony does not constitute a legal marriage.” Because of such residency restrictions, international couples often have a legal wedding before a religious or symbolic ceremony in France.
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