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Joe Jonas’ relationship with Sophie Turner is getting stronger. Pictured: Jonas at the MET Gala in New York on May 1, 2017. Getty Images/John Lamparski

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s relationship is getting more and more serious!

A source close to the couple told People that Jonas’ family loves the “Game of Thrones” actress very much. “Joe is taking this relationship very seriously. She’s different from other girls he has dated. She’s the female equivalent of him, and his family loves her too,” the source said.

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The DNCE frontman and the 21-year-old actress were first linked to each other in November. Since then, they have been spotted attending concerts and weddings together. They also vacationed with each other’s families.

Last month, Turner spoke with InStyle and said that it’s much easier to date someone from the same industry. “I found it easier to date someone who understands the industry or is in that world… You realize that you’re not going to see each other all the time. And you don’t feel like a jerk when you’re like, ‘My publicist says I can’t do this,’” she said.

Last year, another source told People that Turner was the first one who developed feelings between them. Eventually, the singer developed feelings for the actress as well and started liking her more and more. In December of 2016, another source told the same publication that Jonas and Turner had started exclusively dating.

Meanwhile, Jonas was recently spotted with his brother, Nick Jonas, lounging in a yacht in Saint-Tropez. The siblings were joined by his DNCE bandmates, Cole Whittle, JinJoo Lee and Jack Lawless. A shirtless photo of the Jonas brothers was also published online by Just Jared. Other snaps featured the older Jonas riding a jet ski and enjoying cold drinks. The “Scream Queens” actor, on the other hand, brought along some of his weights and exercised during their trip.

In other news, the younger Jonas recently opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about the advent of music streaming services has given him more freedom as an artist. “I can sort of experiment with different things and sort of jump around a bit and be a bit of a scatterbrain creatively, which is exciting. I think this new age in music is something to embrace and it just empowers everybody,” he said.