Sophie Turner, the 27-year-old actress known for her role in 'Game of Thrones,' has made a return to social media after her split from Joe Jonas. With over 14 million followers on Instagram, Turner has chosen this platform to advocate for environmental awareness.
In her recent posts, Turner has been using her influence to shed light on crucial environmental issues, signaling a shift in her social media presence towards promoting meaningful causes. This move suggests a conscious effort to utilize her platform for advocacy and raise awareness about topics that hold significance beyond the realm of personal affairs.
As Turner engages with her audience on environmental issues, it reflects a commendable use of celebrity influence to bring attention to matters of global importance.
She told her followers: "Hi everyone! I have been asked to spread the word about positive power. And on doing the research and noticing the very clear effects of global warming, it’s something that I really wanted to raise awareness for."
The actress subsequently encouraged fans to "switch over, move over to renewable energy and let nature provide us with power," reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Turner later added: "We need to let our leaders know this, that this is the future that we want for ourselves and for those we love, our children and our grandchildren."
The actress captioned her Instagram post: "#PositivePowerPartner It’s time we all spread the word and push for a Positive Power Plan. The time to transition to clean energy is now. When we speak out together, we can accelerate Positive Power. Check out the link in my bio to learn more. @wearepositivepower (sic)."
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas made the announcement of their separation in September, marking the end of their relationship.
The celebrity duo - who tied the knot in 2019, said in a joint statement: "After four wonderful years of marriage we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage. There are many speculative narratives as to why but, truly this is a united decision and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for privacy for us and our children."
(With Agency Inputs)