Awkward: Joe Jonas Once Tried to Kiss Sophie Turner's Stunt Double

Even though Joe Jonas wasn't an official part of Game of Thrones, he spent a lot of time on the set. Not enough, though, so he could properly discern between his then-girlfriend Sophie Turner and her Sansa Stark stunt double, Megan Parkinson. Apparently, one time when Jonas thought he was approaching his future wife to give her a kiss, it was actually Turner's stunt double.

Allow Turner to tell the awkward story: “On Game of Thrones I had a photo double that people would do double takes at because she looked so much like me,” she told the Australian Smallzy’s Surgery podcast. “It was insane. Even Joe went up to her at one point and tried to give her a kiss, and then he was like, ‘Oh, sorry, sorry! It’s not Sophie!’”

To be clear: Turner and Parkinson truly look nothing alike. But if Jonas was approaching her from behind, it's understandable how he could have mistaken the person with the same colored hair and the same costume as his girlfriend. Interestingly, though, playing Sansa Stark's stunt double wasn't Parkinson's only role on the beloved—perhaps save for the finale—HBO hit show. You can also see Parkinson on the series playing Alys Karstark.

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Still, as weird as that moment may have been for Turner, Jonas, and, of course, Parkinson, Jonas couldn't be happier about Game of Thrones. Back at the end of May, the day after the finale aired, Jonas wrote a thank-you note for the show, on Twitter, tweeting, "When you realize @GameOfThrones is over vibes…. Congratulations to everyone that worked on this incredible show! life changing television. I have you to thank for introducing me to the incredible @SophieT ? long live the QUEEN OF THE MF NORTH."

These days, Jonas doesn't have to worry about making the same mistake, as Turner revealed that her latest stunt double for X-Men: Dark Phoenix mostly just did "finger" stunts, which is pivotal for her telekinetic character. “It’s pretty much just like, finger stunts where I just wiggle my hands and something blows up,” she added in the interview. “I actually had two because my first one broke her ankle. They are truly amazing. [But] they don’t really look like me.” Whew.

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