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Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner reveals SECRET dream job

Most would agree that the Game of Thrones star has found her true calling as an actress. 

But Sophie Turner harbours a secret desire to pursue a completely different career path. 

Much to the surprise of her fans, the 23-year-old revealed that she is considering training to become a police officer. 

Speaking to Dr Phil McGraw on his podcast Phil In The Blanks, the blonde beauty confessed that she dreams of doing more with her life than acting. 

She said: ”I want to do a lot of things, and not just in the film world. At the moment I have a real urge to go to a police academy and become a cop. 

“I’m fascinated with crime and why people do things and the interrogation process, and how you can manipulate your words in order to get someone to confess.” 

The starlet continued: “That’s something that really interests me.”


COPPER: Fans might be surprised to hear that Sophie could become an officer of the law (Pic: INSTAGRAM / SOPHIE TURNER)


EMOTIONAL: Sophie bravely opened up on while speaking on the show (Pic: YOUTUBE)

For those who know her as the fiery Sansa Stark, imagining the actress dishing out orders in a copper’s uniform might not be too difficult. 

Sophie also opened up about her battle with mental health, revealing that she has suffered from depression “for five or six years now”. 

The Northampton-born lass said she plans on taking a break from acting in the future in order to focus on her mental health. 


LOVED UP: Joe and Sophie are engaged to be married (Pic: INSTAGRAM / SOPHIE TURNER)


HAPPY: The couple have been together since 2016 and seem happier than ever (Pic: INSTAGRAM / SOPHIE TURNER)

Since they first started dating in 2016, fiancé Joe Jonas has offered emotional support throughout her struggles with mental health issues. 

She explained: “I am with someone that makes me realise that I have some redeeming qualities” 

Before continuing: “When someone tells you they love you every day it really makes you think why that is, so I think that makes you love yourself a bit more.”

For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email jo@samaritans.org, visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.


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