She sparked speculation at the start of Pride month that she’s bisexual.
And on Sunday, Sophie Turner surprised her fans again by showing off her freshly dyed red hair.
She posed in front of a bathroom mirror with her face hidden by her phone and with one hand placed on top of her head.
New look: Sophie Turner showed off her freshly dyed red hair on Instagram Sunday. She posed for the selfie with her face hidden by her phone and one hand placed on top of her head
The British actress, 25, flashed her taut tummy as her black t-shirt rode up due to her raised arm.
The coloring comes just a few days after she posted to her Instagram Story that she’d changed up her hair style by getting new bangs.
It seems the new look is for her role in HBO’s The Staircase.
She plays Margaret Ratliff who, along with her sister Martha, stood by their adoptive father Michael Peterson who was convicted of murdering his wife Kathleen while claiming she had fallen down the stairs at their home.
Lopped locks: The coloring comes just a few days after Sophie, 25, posted to her Instagram Story that she’d changed up her hair style by getting new bangs
Hint: The Game of Thrones star sparked speculation she is bisexual while celebrating the beginning of Pride month on Instagram last week
Pride post: Her story shared stickers with the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag and read ‘gay pride’, while another read: ‘Time isn’t straight and neither am I’
Sophie recently celebrated her second wedding anniversary with husband Joe Jonas, 31, with whom she shares 11-month-old daughter Willa.
And last Wednesday, the Game Of Thrones star shared a post to social media celebrating Pride and and including the phrase: ‘Time isn’t straight and neither am I.’
Alongside the text, she added a series of stickers, one of which was a heart in the colors of the bisexual pride flag alongside the words ‘Bi Pride’.
A similar sticker with the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag read ‘gay pride’, while other stickers included a rainbow and a character riding a bicycle alongside the phrase ‘Move, I’m gay’.
MailOnline has reached out to Sophie’s representatives for comment.
Happily married: Sophie recently celebrated her second wedding anniversary with husband Joe Jonas, 31, with whom she shares 11-month-old daughter Willa
Flocking to Twitter, Sophie’s fans shared their support for the star, with one posting: ‘Sophie Turner is bisexual. I won.’
A second echoed: ‘Sophie Turner is BIIIIIIIIIIII, another win for us gay women.’
A third Twitter user added: ‘sophie turner came out as bi the earth is healing.’
Other comments included: ‘SOPHIE TURNER BISEXUAL LEGEND AND NO ONE TOLD ME,’ and ‘sophie turner the queen (sic).’
Another shared how ‘proud’ they were of Sophie, as they tweeted a lengthy message that read: ‘Proud of Sophie Turner for coming out! This may seem as stupid to some because to them sexuality is no big deal, and ideally they would be right.
‘But Sophie is one of my biggest idols and I’m happy she had the courage to come out just like I did, I know how daunting it can be.’
Support: Sophie’s fans flocked to Twitter to share their support after being left convinced that she had seemingly come out
Husband and wife: Sophie and singer Joe married in Las Vegas in 2019 after the Billboard Music Awards and became first-time parents in July
Sophie has been dating Joe since 2016 and the pair have been married for two years now – becoming first-time parents to their daughter Willa in July last year.
They first went Instagram official in January 2017 – when Sophie shared a snap of Joe smoking a cigar on a boat in Miami – and they became engaged shortly after, as Joe popped the question in October later that year.
Sophie confirmed the proposal in an interview, revealing: ‘It’s lovely to be engaged.
‘Not like I achieved anything, but I found my person, like I’d find a house that I love and want to stay in forever. There’s a sense of peace that comes with finding your person.’
Family: They have kept details of their child’s birth fairly private but insiders previously said Joe has been doing ‘everything he can’ to help his wife Sophie get ‘settled’
She told Rolling Stone in March 2019: ‘I was fully preparing myself to be single for the rest of my life. I think once you’ve found the right person, you just know.’
Addressing her sexuality at the time, Sophie added: ‘I feel like I’m much older a soul than I am in age. I feel like I’ve lived enough life to know. I’ve met enough guys to know – I’ve met enough girls to know. I don’t feel 22. I feel like 27, 28.
‘Everyone experiments. It’s part of growing up. I love a soul, not a gender.’
The actress and Joe married in a surprise Las Vegas wedding in May 2019, following the Billboard Music Awards, and they held a second ceremony for friends and family in France the following month in June.
Known for being notoriously private when it comes to their relationship, Sophie didn’t publicly announce her pregnancy until their little girl’s arrival, where she and Joe released a statement announcing Willa’s birth.
Since then, the couple have kept details surrounding their little girl to themselves, but insiders have said Joe has been doing ‘everything he can’ to help wife Sophie ‘get settled’ into their new life as a family of three.
The couple have kept details of their child’s birth fairly private but insiders previously said Joe has been doing ‘everything he can’ to help his wife Sophie get ‘settled’ into their life as a family of three.
Love is love: Sophie, who played Sansa Stark on Game Of Thrones, previously said: ‘Everyone experiments. It’s part of growing up. I love a soul, not a gender’
Sophie’s Instagram post marking Pride comes after it was revealed she is set to star in new HBO series The Staircase.
The movie talent joins a star-studded line-up that already includes the likes of Colin Firth, Toni Collette, Parker Posey, Juliette Binoche and Rosemarie DeWitt.
The Staircase is centred on novelist Michael Peterson [Colin Firth] who was accused of murdering his second wife, Kathleen [Toni Collette] in 2001.
The eight-episode series has been in development for two years and is based on the 2004 docu-series of the same name, which was updated with new episodes in 2018, reports Variety.
The show initially premiered on Canal+ before it moved to Netflix, where it received widespread attention and garnered critical praise. It is also inspired by various books and reports about the case of Michael.
The now-77-year-old author was eventually convicted of murder, although his sentence was later reduced to voluntary manslaughter.
Also cast: The news of Sophie’s latest role comes a month after both Colin Firth (pictured in 2020) and Toni Collette were confirmed to have been cast