Who Are The Jonas Brothers Married To?

Kevin, Joe, and Nick. From their earlier days as fresh-faced Disney teens to their more recent endeavors, they've remained firmly in the public eye over the years — it feels like we've literally seen The Jonas Brothers grow up in front of our eyes. 

It might seem hard to believe, but Kevin is turning 34 years old in November, while Joe will be 32 next month, and Nick is 28 (via Cheat Sheet). Even Frankie, their younger brother who's sometimes affectionately referred to as the "Bonus Jonas," is 20 years old, which is older than Joe was when he landed his starring role in Disney's "Camp Rock" in 2009 (via Capital FM). Two of the three are actually fathers, too, if you wanted another reminder of how quickly time seems to pass, while all three are married, Joe becoming the last one to get hitched in 2019. 

Who are the brothers actually married to, though? All three spouses are in the public eye, but where do you know them from?

Kevin Jonas married Danielle Deleasa in 2009

Being the firstborn brother, it's not too surprising that Kevin Jonas was also the first to get married — and to become a father. In 2009, he said "I do" to hairdresser Danielle Deleasa, who he met in 2007 while the two were both vacationing with their families in the Bahamas (via Refinery29). 

In 2012, the two starred in the TV show "Married to Jonas," which ran for two seasons (via IMDb), while a year later they launched the Amazing Baby Days app, which is designed to help parents record milestone moments from pregnancy all the way to their child's first birthday (via TeenInfoNet). Danielle also founded a jewelry company — Danielle Jonas Co. — that is based around birthstones and was inspired by her two daughters with Kevin.

Kevin and Danielle's first child, Alena Rose Jonas, was born in 2014, while their second child, Valentina Angelina Jonas, was born in 2016 (via Republic World). 

Joe Jonas is married to Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner

British actress Sophie Turner got married to Joe Jonas in 2019 after three years of dating. The happy couple now lives in Los Angeles with their daughter Willa, who was born in 2020 (via Capital FM).

Of course, Turner is a huge name in her own right, having been catapulted into the public eye as a teenager through her role as Sansa Stark on HBO's hit series "Game of Thrones." Since making her debut on the series, the 25-year-old has appeared in a number of other movies and shows — she's currently set to star in the upcoming animated series "The Prince" (via IMDb). She's also been open about her experiences of living with depression and even plays a character in the show "Survivor" who has the same condition (via Marie Claire).

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Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra wed in 2018

That leaves Nick Jonas, the youngest of the brothers (excluding Frankie, of course). He's had some pretty high-profile relationships in the past, including those with Disney colleagues Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez in the late 2000s, as well as Australian singer Delta Goodrem and American influencer Olivia Culpo (via Page Six). However, he began dating Priyanka Chopra, who needs no introduction, in May 2018, and by August the pair were engaged. Come December, they were married in Chopra's home country of India (via Harper's Bazaar). 

Although they don't have any children yet, they've spoken about how they both want to start a family someday (via Elle). Despite the fact that Jonas and Chopra hailed from different countries and have a ten-year age difference, these factors have never complicated the relationship (via Elle). Since getting hitched, Chopra has continued to remain active in the movie world. She's set to feature in the upcoming romantic drama "Text for You" alongside Sam Heughan and Celine Dion and in the action movie "Cowboy Ninja Viking" alongside Chris Pratt — a turn in the Amazon Prime Video series "Citadel" is set to come around soon too (via IMDb).

It seems like each of The Jonas Brothers' wives has found just as much — if not more — success as their respective romantic partners.