It appears Sophie Turner is moving on from her high-profile with to a man dubbed Britain’s most eligible bachelor – Peregrine Pearson.
That’s right, the 27-year-old Game of Thrones star was, 29, on the streets of after the shock breakup.
A source saw the pair locking lips near Gare du Nord railway station and said they were ‘chatting and laughing a lot.’
It’s been reported they were attending the World Cup final together.
The source added to: ‘They arrived together at the chauffeur pick-up location outside of the station.
‘It looked like they might have both come on the Eurostar from
‘He then took his hat off and leaned in to give her a big kiss. After the kiss they parted ways.’
Who is Peregrine Pearson? Here is everything we know about Sophie Turner’s new man
Peregrine Pearson is the heir of the 4th Viscount Cowdray, whose family has a reputed £224million wealth.
He reportedly recently split from King Charles’s goddaughter, Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark after a three-year relationship.
Olympia’s brother Constantine goes out with model Poppy Delevingne. Small world.
Born in 1994 as Peregrine John Dickinson Pearson – nickname ‘Perry’ – he now lives in a £5million Chelsea pad in West London.
His family still own a chunk of the Pearson media empire, with their headquarters in London – oh, and they also own a their huge 16,500-acre West Sussex estate, which includes venue Cowdray Park country house with 22 bedrooms, and 110-acres of Capability Brown designed gardens.
Not only that, but the South Downs National Park estate is also home to the Cowdray Park polo club, which has hosted the likes of Princes William and Harry.
Chuck in there a gold course and a clay pigeon shooting set-up, and Peregrine truly is laughing into his SW4 avocado on toast, as his family have owned it since 1909.
What is happening with Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas after divorce?
Sophie, meanwhile, is working through her divorce with Jonas Brother star Joe, 34. The former couple share children Willa, three, and , one.
It’s believed the will ’s home at a time, with Thanksgiving spent at their dad’s and Christmas with their mum.
Releasing a statement last month, the famous duo said: ‘After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend time equally in loving homes in both the U.S. and the UK.’
This temporary agreement comes to an end on January 7, with the parents’ agreement requiring that before December 2023, ‘the parties shall jointly submit a status report letter’.