Sophie Turner was reportedly sighted meeting British millionaire Peregrine “Perry” Pearson, despite her protracted divorce from Joe Jonas. They were seen speaking and kissing at Paris’s Gare du Nord railway station. According to People Magazine, Ms. Turner and Mr. Pearson were seen together at the Stade de France hours later. Both were seen coming in a group at a stadium for the last match of the men’s Rugby World Cup when the 27-year-old actor unveiled the Webb Ellis Cup alongside former rugby player Dan Carter.
Ms. Turner’s new romance broke just a month after she and her ex-husband Joe Jonas reached a temporary custody agreement for their children Willa and Delphine.
Peregrine Pearson is the heir apparent to the 4th Viscount Cowdray, a Sussex county that his father, Michael Orlando Weetman Pearson, took up in 1995 after a career in film production, according to Page Six.
The 29-Year-Old Chelsea Resident Is the Director of a Property Development Firm in London
The 29-year-old Chelsea resident is the director of a property development firm in London. He is also an ambassador for the Le Chameau footwear company, according to Tatler. He will very certainly inherit the Pearson empire, which includes one of the world’s major education and book publishing companies. His family’s net wealth exceeds $270 million.
Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, King Charles’ goddaughter, was most recently involved in a love connection with the aristocracy. The pair began dating in 2020 and divorced in September of this year.
Mr. Jonas and Ms. Turner Have Negotiated a Temporary Custody Agreement Over Their Kids
Meanwhile, Mr. Jonas and the ‘Game of Thrones’ actress have negotiated a temporary custody agreement. Both parties have reached “many agreements” and want to “pursue an amicable resolution of all issues.” The former couple reached an agreement for temporary custody of their two girls, ages one and three. According to a court ruling, Ms. Turner and Mr. Jonas will exchange custody of their children, ages one and three, for periods ranging from one and a half to three weeks through January 7, according to USA Today.
The agreement also specifies that by December 23, both parents must submit a “status report letter” explaining the progress of mediation between the two.