Since the sad news broke, the couple have remained fairly quiet about their pet’s passing.
However, now they have revealed their tribute to the late pooch: a pair of matching tattoos featuring a portrait of Waldo.
Turner’s new tattoo of Waldo. Credit: Sophie Turner/Instagram
“I miss you, Waldo. Rest in peace my little baby,” Turner wrote in her Instagram Story, where she posted a picture of her new ink.
While it’s not clear whereabouts on her body Turner’s tattoo is, Jonas has also unveiled a similar tattoo on his right arm.
“R.I.P. my little angel,” his caption said.
Jonas’ tattoo. Credit: Joe Jonas/Instagram
The newlyweds had returned from their honeymoon in the Maldives just a few days before Waldo died.
According to TMZ, the Alaskan Klee Kai was hit by a car in New York last week while out with Turner and Jonas’ dog walker, with a representative for Jonas referring to the incident as a ‘freak accident’.
Credit: Joe Jonas/Instagram
The duo also share another dog together, Porky Basquiat, who Jonas adopted for Turner as a surprise. They then decided to adopt Waldo as well in 2018.
Turner with her other dog, Porky Basquiat. Credit: Sophie Turner/Instagram
Turner and Jonas first got together in November 2016, confirming they were ‘dating exclusively’ in December of the same year.
After getting engaged the following year, they then tied the knot a few months ago – having wed in a surprise ceremony in Las Vegas back in May.
The couple got married in front of a few friends and family, as well as some of the Billboard attendees (they all came straight from the Billboard Awards, which took place in the same city).
EDM DJ Diplo shared footage on his Instagram Story of the two walking down the aisle.
In true Vegas style, an Elvis impersonator was also there to marry them.
In one of Diplo’s clips, Sophie repeats: “I thee wed…. and I love you… and I thank God he gave me you.”
The couple then repeat together: “I promise you, I will never leave you. I will love and trust you all the days of my life.”
‘Elvis’ then says to Joe: “You may kiss the bride,” much to the joy of the congregation.