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Sophie Turner has given fans a much-coveted glimpse at her stunning wedding ring after completing her second marriage ceremony with Joe Jonas last weekend.

The Game of Thrones actress and Jonas Brother wed in France alongside their family and friends at the beautiful Chateau de Tourreau, and her Louis Vuitton wedding dress had everyone gasping.

The wedding featured her BFF Maisie Williams and their dog Porky Basquiat as a groomsman, of course.

While congratulating the USA women's soccer team on their World Cup win against England, Sophie flashed us the stunner of a ring;

Earlier in May, #Jophie decided to have a Las Vegas wedding in order to make things official in America before jetting off for their traditional French wedding.

Sophie's Instagram story was posted yesterday during her honeymoon, and the ring is absolutely covered in diamonds along the wedding band. We're not jealous…not at all..

The actress praised Alex Morgan in particular for her goal celebrations (that tea sip is divine), but everyone was distracted by the rock on her finger.

Joe proposed to Sophie back in 2017, and we've been waiting to see the added wedding band ever since. 

Her wedding ring is a little more simple than the jewelled engagement rock: the thin band is laced with sparkling diamonds, matching the stone on her initial ring.

You may remember that the pair swapped ring pops at their Las Vegas wedding, so the new jewels are a definite step up for the happy couple.

Feature image: Instagram/@justsophiet



With many (misogynists) arguing that the demand for women’s football simply isn’t there, audience statistics completely disproves this theory.

Last night’s Women’s World Cup semi-final saw tournament defenders and favourites USA take on England in an incredibly exciting game filled with VAR drama, missed penalties and controversial dives.

It also saw some stunning goals scored by Christen Press, Ellen White and global soccer star Alex Morgan, but USA were victorious in their 2:1 win after England missed their penalty opportunity.

RTÉ2 has released the viewers’ statistics of last night, which revealed that a whopping 315,000 tuned in to the broadcaster to watch USA seal their victory in last night’s FIFA WWC Semi-Final.

20 percent of those watching TV in Ireland at 9:45pm were watching the game, with an audience peak of 316,700 at that specific time.

Declan McBennett, Group Head of Sport RTÉ commented on the excellent support of Irish people for women’s soccer.

“The continuous growth in viewing figures as the tournament has progressed shows the value in bringing a global tournament to an Irish audience free to air.”

“RTÉ, TG4 and indeed BBC are to be commended for backing the Women’s World Cup to the level they did,” McBennett continued, commenting on the support across the UK.

“The tournament has created not only new heroes for many young girls and boys but also new role models given the level of expertise and insight witnessed across the television panels.”

A peak viewing audience of 11.7 million watched England’s semi-final loss to USA on BBC One, breaking a new record for women’s football in the UK and the most-watched TV programme of 2019. For more sport comparisons you can rely on playcomparison.com

The second semi-final will air tonight, featuring Sweden taking on the Netherlands on TG4. Sunday’s grand final will be live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 3:30pm in Lyon.

Feature image: Instagram/@hublot

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