Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are mourning the loss of their dog, Waldo Picasso, after he was killed in a tragic accident last Wednesday. As per reports, the dog died in an accident when Waldo was out for a walk with their dog walker.
Over the weekend, Jonas and Turner were seen taking no chances with their other Alaskan Klee Kai - Waldo's brother, Porky.
The same site has claimed that Joe and Sophie reported the incident to the New York Police Department after seeking therapy to help them process the shocking and violent way their pet died. The worldwide outlet revealed that the couple lost the adorable little pup last Wednesday when their dog was out for a walk with their dog walker.
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After the news broke out, Sophie and Joe took to their Instagram to reveal their new matching tattoo that the newlyweds got in the memory of their pet. They both got portraits of Waldo's face-with two different colored eyes and his tongue playfully sticking out-etched onto their arms in black ink.
"R.I.P.my little angel", Jonas wrote in the caption of an Instagram photo.
Likewise, Turner took to her Instagram Story, where she posted a snapshot of her identical tattoo, which she captioned, "I miss you, Waldo. Rest in piece my little baby".