Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have a lavish second wedding ceremony at a luxury venue in France

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Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas. (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo Images)
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas. (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Sophie Turner (23) and Joe Jonas (29) have tied the knot – again!

The Game of Thrones actress and Sucker hitmaker exchanged vows in front of family and friends at an intimate ceremony at Le Château de Tourreau in France on Saturday.

Following their Las Vegas wedding in May, when the duo wed in a surprise ceremony after attending the Billboard Music Awards, Sophie and Joe pulled out all the stops with their second wedding ceremony in the south of France, Harpers Bazaar reports.

Elegant white flowers and candles in glass holders adorned the aisle, according to a source that spoke to 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 unnamed source said.

The bride wore a long lace dress with sleeves and kept her makeup light, opting to keep her hair down.

Celebrities, including Sophie’s Game of Thrones co-star Maisie Williams, model Ashley Graham, the groom’s brother and singer Nick Jonas and his actress wife, Priyanka Chopra, were in attendance, Vogue reports.

The couple couldn’t help but a shed a few tears as they read their vows, according to another source.

"Everyone stood and cheered, and they had huge smiles as they left as a couple. It was an emotional ceremony."

Prior to the couple’s wedding, Sophie celebrated her bachelorette party in Europe with some of her closest pals.

"She rented out a luxurious penthouse suite at the hotel. Half of the girls are in her wedding party, but they’re all very close girlfriends of Sophie," an insider said.

"Sophie has always been a huge fan of Spain and she knew that it would be a fun place to party and celebrate her wedding."

Sources: Harpers Bazaar, E! News, Vogue

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