They mean business, and that's the tea.

Olivia Harvey
August 10, 2020
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Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have a lot of their plate right now after Turner reportedly gave birth to daughter Willa on July 22nd, but the duo is still preaching the importance of wearing masks during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In a new photo shared on Jonas’s Instagram Story on Saturday, August 8th, the couple jokingly pose for Vogue and spit some truth tea: Wear a mask, people.

Turner and Jonas lounge on the couch looking calm, cool, and collected in matching whites—though maybe a bit more tired than usual. (The new parent life will do that to you.) The new family of three is obviously sticking to the original social-distancing plan—as, ahem, we all should be— and hanging out at home until the foreseeable future.

Their fake Vogue cover says "August Issue 2020" and "Wear a mask."

Catch Turner’s iconic “That’s the tea” catchphrase? That’s when you know she means business.

Turner and Jonas, who were married in 2019, have been quiet on social media since the supposed arrival of baby Willa. Neither has actually confirmed their baby’s arrival—or Turner's pregnancy, for that matter. Though paparazzi photos have seemingly proved the latter, and the former was confirmed to multiple outlets, including People, via a representative.

Joe Jonas, Instagram

The couple is quarantining in Los Angeles, which is still a hotbed for coronavirus cases. Los Angeles County alone has seen nearly 5,000 deaths—almost half of California’s total death toll—and more than 200,000 confirmed cases.

The pandemic continues to rage on in America, and the best way we can curb the influx of cases is to wear masks, stay home, and remind ourselves that this thing is far from over. In the words of Sophie Turner, and that’s the tea.

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