"Game of Throne's" actress Sophie Turner has spoken out about her blossoming relationship with American singer Joe Jonas. 21-year-old Turner sat down with Marie Claire to discuss her rise to fame and love life, whilst also gracing the magazine's cover in their August issue. Turner, who is from Northhampton in the United Kingdom, rose to fame for her role as Sansa Stark in hit TV series "Game of Thrones". Turner spoke candidly with Marie Claire at the end of July about the impact "Game of Thrones" has had on her and her relationship with 27-year-old Joe Jonas.

Sophie on her and Joe's relationship

Turner and Jonas met through mutual friends and began dating in 2016. The couple is keeping their relationship as private as they can and while the two haven't appeared together at any red carpet events, they have shared pictures and videos of each other on social sites such as Snapchat and Instagram. When asked about her new beau, Marie Claire reports that Turner appeared to hold back a bit when speaking of their relationship, but she smiled and said that she is very happy. The couple has reportedly met each others' parents - Sophie's in North London and Joe's on a skiing trip.Turner admitted that having a relationship in the public eye can be "frustrating", especially when there are headlines for silly reasons.

The star compared it being in a fishbowl, with everyone watching you constantly.

The star's rise to fame on "Game of Thrones"

Turner began working on "Game of Thrones" when she just 13. The star told Marie Claire that she forgot she had an audition and if her drama teacher hadn't spotted her in the cafeteria and reminded her, she probably wouldn't have ended up on the show.

She added that there was a phase during her career when she around 15, where she took everything about her work very seriously. Now, she said, she has learned to enjoy it as well as work hard. "Game of Thrones" has been a part of the actress' life for 7 years and she revealed that when the show comes to an end, it will feel like a death in the family.

On the show, Turner's character has been involved in some horrific events. The star said that when she had to film the rape scene, writer Brian Cogman cried and apologized to Turner because he felt so guilty about it. An eighth season has been confirmed by HBO, with season 7 having premiered on July 16, 2017. Turner isn't sure what her future entails once she is finished with "Game of Thrones". The star hasn't done too badly for herself, landing the role of scientist Jean Grey in the 2016 film "X-Men: Apocalypse". Turner is continuing her role as Grey in "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" which is due to be released in 2018.