Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have come to an agreement to have their daughters remain in New York as they continue to hash out their bitter divorce.
The estranged couple signed an interim consent order, obtained by Page Six, Monday morning that prohibits both of them from removing their kids from the state.
They’re scheduled to appear for a pre-trial conference on October 3.
The Daily Mail was the first to report on the agreement.
Lawyers for Turner and Jonas didn’t immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.
The apparent temporary ceasefire comes just days after the Game of Thrones star sued the Jonas Brothers band member to return their daughters to England, where she claimed they decided to raise their kids permanently.
Turner alleged in court docs that Jonas, 34, was withholding the girls’ passports to prevent them from leaving. Additionally, she alleged that she found out about their divorce “through the media” three weeks after they had a vicious argument on Jonas’ birthday.
However, Jonas vehemently denied Turner’s allegations and insisted he did not “abduct” his children. He also maintained that he and Turner had discussed ending their marriage prior to the split making headlines.
“This is an unfortunate legal disagreement about a marriage that is sadly ending,” Jonas’ rep said in a statement to Page Six at the time.
“When language like ‘abduction’ is used, it is misleading at best, and a serious abuse of the legal system at worst. The children were not abducted.”
Shortly after Turner filed her bombshell lawsuit, the British actress was spotted running errands with her 3-year-old daughter, Willa, in the Big Apple.
Turner also was seen going out to dinner with Jonas’ ex Taylor Swift on multiple occasions.
Jonas filed for divorce from Turner in a Miami court on September 5 after four years of marriage, calling the marriage “irretrievably broken” in the court documents.
“There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children,” they shared in a joint statement the next day.
This article originally appeared in Page Six and was reproduced with permission