Sophie Turner mortified over risqué outfit she wore to Kit Harington’s wedding

Sophie Turner has revealed she will "forever regret" the outfit wore to Kit Harington and Rose Leslie 's wedding in 2018.

The Game of Thrones star, 24, opted for a bright red plunging blazer dress which she paired with black over-the-knee boots for the ceremony – a look she fully regrets now.

But Joe Jonas' wife Sophie told ELLE that the outfit she ended up wearing was not her first choice, saying she had two "really classy" dresses she was going to wear to the nupitals.

But regrettably, Sophie said she didn't fit into those dresses so ended up wearing the red ensemble.


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She told the mag: "I'll forever regret this look. This was one of my worst looks. I had a fashion emergency. Both of the really classy dresses that I picked out did not fit me. It was a disaster.

"It was either the thigh-high boots or these nice heels but I felt like if I just wore the heels all of my leg is showing, if I cover up a little bit then… urgh, it was a disaster. Worst fashion choice."



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Sophie admitted it wasn't the first time she'd put together an outfit at the last minute, recalling the House of Fraser dress and River Island boots she wore for the GoT season three press tour.

She said: "I don't think I had a stylist, or I did, but I didn't have an outfit for this event. This was a self-put-together look, no stylist involved, and I think I did a pretty good job."

Kit and Rose – who fell in love playing John Snow and Ygritte in the HBO hit fantasy series – wed at Rose's childhood home in Scotland in June 2018.

The Game of Thrones couple married at a tiny church in Scotland as fellow co-stars Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Emilia Clarke and Peter Dinklage looked on.

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