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Sophie Turner And Joe Jonas' Honeymoon Photos Are Giving Me Major Baecation Envy

I have FOMO, and I'm not even married!
PHOTO: (LEFT) Instagram/sophiet, (RIGHT) Instagram/joejonas

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are living their best life, in the purest sense of the phrase. After tying the knot in France for their second wedding, the newlyweds headed all the way east to the Maldives for a stunning honeymoon vacation. And because they want everyone to know they're in paradise (literally), they shared a handful of pics from their stay to the 'gram. Spoiler alert: It's enough to induce FOMO, and that's a lot considering I'm not even engaged to be married (*sobs*).

First up, Sophie took to IG and posted a trio of pictures, all featuring Joe, obviously. Sophie, ever the photographer, posted images of her hubby enjoying a (telling, perhaps?) Sex on the Beach cocktail while lounging in a floating hammock, happily riding away on a bike through a tree-lined park, and taking a break from their chess game to eat sushi. She captioned her post "Paradise, such a magical place #DiscoverSoneva" along with some cute emojis for flair.

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Okay, we get it Sophie—it must be nice to afford a five- to six-figure vacation with one of the hottest singers in the world! Sorry, I'm insanely just a *little* envious. See it for yourself and weep:

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Joe, on the other hand, used his Insta to show a picture of their two-story villa and two stunning shots of Sophie looking as relaxed as ever—one of her in the same floating hammock (seriously, how are they not scared of heights?) and the other of her looking out on a white beach ahead of a storm.

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Okay, so I might be salty that I'm not on this Jophie honeymoon-baeacation-extravaganza right now, but it isn't like the newlyweds don't deserve it. Between wrapping up Game of Thrones for good and releasing a number one album ahead of a tour, Sophie and Joe deserve all the relaxation in the world right now. We might be envious, but of course—we will continue to ship.


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