Sophie Turner loves quarantine, husband Joe Jonas is struggling but says it's a special time for them

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are seen on March 02, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.  Photo by BG028/Bauer-Griffin/ GC Images/ Getty Images
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are seen on March 02, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by BG028/Bauer-Griffin/ GC Images/ Getty Images

Sophie Turner loves being in quarantine with her husband Joe Jonas, but he is having a bit of a difficult time with it.

The Game of Thrones star who is reportedly expecting her first child is abiding by social distancing regulations and admits she thinks it's great to spend so much time in her own grounding.

Speaking to Conan O'Brien on Conan at Home, she says she is loving quarantine as she is an introvert and a homebody.

"I see how people are finding it difficult, but I don't understand how people are really struggling to practice social distancing," she says.

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The star also confessed if she could stay at home all day she would. However, she leaves her house once a day to walk her dog.

Things are slightly different for her "social butterfly" husband Joe. It hadn't always been possible for them to spend time alone before the global quarantines, she confesses.

"Everything seems to be working in my favour here," she says, joking that it's like prison for him.

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Speaking to Andy Cohen on Instagram, Joe says the couple's quarantine period is a really special time.

"I think for us, it's nice to have each other during this time, but I think it can be [different] for a lot of different people," he said.

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