Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s Younger Daughter’s Name Revealed in Latest Court Documents

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s younger daughter’s name has been disclosed as Delphine in recent court documents, as the estranged couple deals with a custody dispute.

The estranged couple, who share two daughters, have kept their second baby’s name under wraps since her birth in July 2022. The traditional French and Greek name meaning “dolphin” and “of the womb” had been kept private since the baby’s July 2022 birth. She joins older sister Willa, 3.

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s Younger Daughter

If the order — which both parties consented to — is violated, the documents state that the court has the right to “take or cause to be taken measures under Federal or State law, as appropriate, to protect the well-being of the child involved or to prevent the child’s further removal or concealment before the final disposition of the petition.”

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In the ongoing proceedings, Jonas and Turner agreed to temporarily keep their girls in New York. Violating the order could lead to protective action for the children’s well-being.

Turner recently sued for wrongful retention of the kids, alleging Jonas was withholding passports. Jonas disputed this, claiming they’d discussed a co-parenting plan.

Before their split, the pair declared England their “forever home.” Now custody remains contentious with Delphine and Willa at the center.

As divorce negotiations unfold, the revelation of their baby’s sweet name provides a rare personal glimpse amid the legal drama.


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