Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner tie the knot for a second time

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  • Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have tied the knot in a romantic French ceremony for the second time, following their secret Las Vegas wedding in May.

    The Jonas Brother and Game of Thrones’ actress, who first wed in Las Vegas just hours after Joe’s performance at the Billboard Awards in May, have tied the knot for a second time.

    The intimate ceremony was held at Le Chateau de Tourreau in the South of France and was attended by famous faces including sister-in-law Priyanka Chopra, model Ashley Graham, singer Diplo and Game of Thrones co-star Maisie Williams.

    Though the pair have yet to share any photographs of the wedding on social media, E! News confirmed that ‘white elegant flowers and glass candles adorned the aisles at the ceremony site’.

    A source close to the pair told E! News: ‘Sophie was drinking champagne with her girlfriends and brunch was also delivered.

    ‘Joe had a few shots with his groomsmen to ease the nerves.’

    The newlyweds’ big day comes after a rehearsal dinner with their guests the night before.

    The pair were both dressed in red and their guests wore white outfits.

    The lovebirds have been in France for a week exploring Paris, as they prepared to take their nuptials for the second time.

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    Sophie and Joe’s first wedding took place in A Little White Chapel in Las Vegas in May earlier this year.

    DJ Diplo announced the happy news on his Instagram story sharing live videos of the pair saying their vows.

    The impromptu ceremony included an Elvis impersonator, who told Joe: ‘You may kiss the bride’.

    Speaking about the surprise Las Vegan wedding Joe said: ‘Well, in my mind, you know, that was the legal portion of the marriage. So I was thinking, like, ‘look, this is not the most important day’. There’s an important day, I mean, I’ll keep private, but ahead of us. So we were, like, this is just whoever’s in town.’

    A source previously told People magazine that the pair wanted a traditional wedding service in Europe, but ‘had to get married in the States to make it legal’.

    The lovebirds announced their engagement in October 2017.