Everyone is happy for Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner

Joe Jonas Sophie Turner

Lovato and Joe Jonas were co-stars in Disney Channel movie "Camp Rock".

If you haven't wished Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner congratulations on their engagement, you may be the only one. "She was all smiley and he looked really sweet".

The couple shared the happy news with corresponding Instagram posts on Sunday. The actress is also blunt, outspoken (she made recent news lamenting that a robust social-media following won her a part over a more qualified actor), and someone who came of age in the entertainment industry without fully guzzling the Kool-Aid. Congratulations to my brother... and sister in law to be on your engagement.

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"You realize that you're not going to see each other all the time", she said, and added, "And you don't feel like a jerk when you're like, 'My publicist says I can't do this ..." The duo didn't become Instagram official until January, when Turner posted a picture of Jonas on a boat holding a cigar with the simple caption "Miami Daze".

Anyone who has watched "Game of thrones", know that family life Sansa stark was not successful: she was engaged to a insane sadist Joffrey Baratheon (who also ordered the killing of her father), she married the dwarf Tyrion Lannister, and then for another insane sadistic Ramsay Bolton. "Love you both. #mophie #jophie #holymoly".

On Sunday, Joe took to Instagram to announce he had popped the question to Sophie after almost a year of dating. But despite their engagement, a source told Us Weekly that they are not rushing to tie the knot anytime soon.

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