Sophie Turner reveals what is the “worse” look that has taken


The actress Game of Thrones Sophie Turner confessed that is always regret it for the outfit that you used for the wedding Kit Harington and Rose Leslie in 2018.

The star of 24 years spoke to the magazine ELLE about the attire we wore to the special event and said that that was not what I had planned, but that it was a “emergency fashion”.

I always regretted this look. This was one of my worst looks. I had an emergency fashion. The two dresses really elegant that I chose not left in me. It was a disaster,” he confessed, according to published Daily Mail.

For the link of his co-stars in the HBO series, the young woman wore a dress type blazer in a vibrant red, black boots above the knee and a top, also in black. The ceremony was attended by his great friend and also a protagonist of the phenomenon of television, Maisie Williams.

He stressed that I was torn between “boots up to the thigh or these high heels are beautiful, but I felt that if only she wore heels, would be my whole leg, if I cover myself a little, then … urgh, it was a disaster. The worst choice of fashion” he pointed out.

The outfit of Sophie Turner for the event was one of the most striking at the time and sparked conflicting opinions in social networks. Some users claimed that it looked “beautiful”, while for others the clothing was “totally inappropriate”.

What Sophie Turner is the sweet waiting for?

At the beginning of February, a source revealed exclusively to Just Jared that the singer was pregnant with her first child with her husband, the singer Joe Jonas.

Although the couple has not commented about it, Sophie has chosen to dress baggy, and with many layers to their last outputs, apparently to hide the growth of your belly.

“The couple kept things very quietly, but their friends and family are super excited for them,” revealed a source to the environment. Similarly, another informant pointed out: “Sophie has been decidedly choosing costumes to use in and out of the carpet to accommodate your changing body“.