Dr. Phil may have just committed the ultimate party foul. The talk show host, who was apparently invited to the wedding of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, revealed the couple's wedding date with one Instagram comment. 

On Sunday, "Game Of Thrones" alum Sophie Turner posted an adorable photo of herself and Jonas centimeters away from kissing in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. She captioned the photo with a French flag and a smirking emoji. 

While the picture itself doesn't give away anything too detailed, Dr. Phil's comment on the photo did. 

“Easy now! 1 week to go! Ha! See you at the wedding," the talk show host wrote. 



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Dr. Phil's comment garnered nearly five thousand likes and over one hundred comments on the social media platform. Some thought the statement was comical while others were flat out alarmed. 

"Of course it's his big [expletive] mouth to spill it," one Instagram user @amedeesse wrote. While another user made the obvious "spoiler alert" observation. 

According to one user, though, Dr. Phil's comment didn't give away information that wasn't already known. "He didn't spoil anything," @fede.binetti replied. "The news has been everywhere since weeks lol there are tons of posts from official websites that say that Jophie's wedding is on June 28 & 29." 

According to Page Six, it is unknown if any extra security precautions will need to be put in place due to Dr. Phil letting the cat out of the bag. 

At the moment, neither party has spoken out about the comment perhaps because this wouldn't be the first wedding for Turner and Jonas. The couple first said "I do" in a surprise ceremony following the 2019 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Jonas admitted in an interview on Sirius XM that the Las Vegas ceremony, which his parents found out about online, was simply to take care of the legality part of marriage. 

"You know, in my mind, that was the legal portion of the marriage. So I was thinking, this is not the most important day," he explained.

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