Sophie Turner Addresses Claims She Was a ‘Partier,’ Not a Good Mom amid Split from Joe Jonas: ‘It Hurt’

The 'Joan' actress shares daughters Willa and Delphine with her estranged husband

<p>Mikael Jansson/Vogue</p> Sophie Turner

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Sophie Turner

Sophie Turner is proving she's a good mom.

In an interview for British Vogue's June cover story, the Joan actress, 28, opened up for the first time about the media's portrayal of her as a mom after news of her split from estranged husband Joe Jonas, 34, became public.

"I remember I was on set, I was contracted to be on set for another two weeks, so I couldn't leave. My kids were in the States and I couldn't get to them because I had to finish Joan. And all these articles started coming out..." the mom of two told the outlet.

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<p>Mikael Jansson/Vogue</p> Sophie Turner

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Sophie Turner

Related: Sophie Turner Drops ‘Wrongful Retention’ Claim Against Joe Jonas 3 Months After Reaching Custody Agreement

"It hurt because I really do completely torture myself over every move I make as a mother — mom guilt is so real!" Turner explained. "I just kept having to say to myself, 'None of this is true. You are a good mum and you've never been a partier.' "

The star shares her two daughters – Willa, 3½, and Delphine, 22 months — with Jonas.

On Sept. 5, Jonas filed for a dissolution of marriage in Miami from his wife of four years. The filing claimed that "the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken." Per the divorce filing, the couple have a prenup in place.

<p>Mikael Jansson/Vogue</p> Sophie Turner on the cover of 'British Vogue'

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Sophie Turner on the cover of 'British Vogue'

Later that month, Turner sued Jonas for wrongful retention. She alleged that the musician was withholding their daughters' passports and not allowing them to return to England.

The complaint against the musician called for "the immediate return of children wrongfully removed or wrongfully retained," with Turner's legal team asserting the "wrongful retention" began on Sept. 20.

In January, Jonas and Turner agreed to have the filing dismissed "with prejudice, and without attorneys’ fees, expenses, costs and/or disbursements awarded to either party" after their parenting agreement in the U.K. was approved on Jan. 11.

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