Before the weekend, Joe Jonas and his brother Nick had some coffee in a coffee shop owned by Hugh Jackman.
Joe Jonas Go for coffee with brother gap I was in New York before the weekend with some friends.The 32-year-old singer and his 29-year-old brothers and sisters of the Jonas Brothers took to the coffee shop Laughing Man cafe owned by an Australian actor Hugh Jackman, Friday, September 24 in the city.
On the outing, Joe wore a muscular shirt showing off his arms, while his brother wore a red light sweater. The brothers are currently participating in the “Remember This Trip” in Las Vegas, Nevada at the end of August in the city. The boy band has reached half of the tour; their next stop will be Darien Lake Amphitheatre on Saturday.
On Friday, Joe celebrated the upcoming second stop of the tournament via an Instagram video.The clip contains the Nick Brothers and Kevin“We have completed about half of @rememberthistour, so far we have created incredible memories!” He added subtitles. “When we are surrounded by people we love and doing things we love, many magical moments happen.”
“Thank you for making #RememberThisTour one of our favorite tours so far,” Joe continued. “The second half of the tour is in full swing… Come on!!!” This tour coincides with the star’s harvest period.He and his wife Sophie Turner Recently purchased one US$11 million oceanfront mansion Earlier this week in Miami, Florida.The couple and their daughter Willa, 1, Will soon take root in a six-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom property in the upscale Bay Point community.
The musician and his 25-year-old actress partner tied the knot in 2019 and welcomed the baby Willa a year later in July. Joe and Sophie recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary in June this year.this game of Thrones Alum shared a retro photo Herself Louis Vuitton wedding Celebrate this milestone with her husband in a suit on Instagram. “For 2 years as your wife, I love you man,” Sophie wrote.
Before the anniversary, Joe appeared on CBS this morning May and Chatted with his wife and daughter, Eloquently said that the COVID-19 quarantine allowed him to spend precious time at home. “It’s great. This is the time to be forced to be at home,” Joe said. “I’m always on the road, I’m always moving, traveling and touring. Staying in one place for a long time, down to earth, with my family, my immediate family, I think I will never go back NS.”