Sophie Turner is enjoying her casual romance with Peregrine “Perry” John Dickinson Pearson as a newly single woman.
The “Game of Thrones” star, who split from estranged husband Joe Jonas in September, has been on the market and “casually dating a few people” since she and the singer split up, a source told Us Weekly.
Per the insider, Turner “really seems to like spending time with Perry” as the two have “become progressively closer.”
While the source told the outlet that it is “too soon to tell if there’s long term potential,” they speculated that “things might be headed that way.”
Turner was first linked to Pearson — heir to the 4th Viscount Cowdray, a county in Sussex — in late October when the two were spotted locking lips in Paris.
The two have since gotten more bold about their romance and were spotted packing on the PDA on Friday.
In the photos, the British aristocrat and Turner shared a kiss while wrapped in each other’s arms during a stroll in London.
The casual couple kept close during their daytime walk, grinning from ear to ear and holding hands when they were embracing each other.
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Her romance with Pearson first came to light nearly two months after the “Cake By the Ocean” singer filed for divorce.
Jonas, 34, and Turner, 27, were married for four years before calling it quits.
While Jonas hasn’t gone public with any new romances yet, the singer was partying on a mega yacht in October alongside pals and several bikini-clad women.
Soon after the filing, their divorce took a nasty turn over the custody of their two daughters, Willa, 3, and Delphine, 1.
The British actress had sued Jonas over allegedly withholding their children’s passports to keep the little ones from being able to return to England.
However, Jonas’ rep denied the claims that Jonas had “abducted” their children.
Soon after — and following days of mediation meetings in New York City — the two settled on an “amicable” temporary agreement over the custody of their daughters.
The agreement lasts through the end of January, detailing specific dates in which the parents have custody.