She said in appearance on the Phil in the Blanks podcast, hosted by Dr Phil, that her depression got worse after she "hit puberty", and intensified around the age of 17. 'I'm now with someone that makes me realise, you know, that I do have some redeeming qualities.
Explaining about her experience of depression, the Northampton-born young lady said: "I think it only went down hill when I started to hit puberty, really puberty though at like 17 and my metabolism was slowing down massively, I was gaining weight and then there was the social media scrutiny".
"It only started to go downhill, I think, when I started to hit puberty, and I was gaining weight, and then there was the social media scrutiny and everything", she explains. "I've suffered with my depression for five or six years now".
A lot of Turner's Game of Thrones co-stars are expected to be at her wedding this summer, but it sounds like one special cast member will be standing by her side.
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Speaking to E! News, the "Sucker" hitmaker said: "That was one of our first dates. but it wasn't even really a date, I don't know how to describe it". Sophie also revealed that she had experimented with girls when she was younger, it is a part of growing up.
In a recent interview, Sophie Turner opened up about the impact of the fame she received as GoT's Sansa Stark on her mental health. "I have a real urge to go to the police academy and become a cop", she shared. I would say, "Yeah, I am spotty". Just having to change and put on clothes, I said, "I can't do this". Not only is she wrapping up the final season of the show, but she is also gearing up for a big wedding to somebody very special. Now that GoT filming has officially been completed, Joe Jonas' girlfriend Sophie plans to focus on her mental health. Turner recalled a time when comments about her body or her face or her acting made her so self-conscious that it was affecting her performance in a negative way. "The latest X-Men (movie) is about to come out in June, so I'm getting ready for a big press tour for that".
"I'm on medication and I love myself now, or more than I used to, I think".