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Sophie Turner has been incredibly candid about the ups and downs of mental health, and she often lets her fans know they are not alone if they've been struggling, too. 

In a new interview with Marie Claire Australia, the Game of Thrones star got even more candid and specific about some of the challenges she's faced since the HBO show made her a household name. In particular, she revealed that growing up on GOT affected her body image. 

Just like she's done in the past, Turner didn't hold back from telling the truth, and her candor is definitely refreshing. 

Sophie Turner has had quite the week. 

Let's recap what the actress has been up to, shall we? First, there was the whole aftermath of that epic Game of Thrones "Battle of Winterfell" episode. So much went down, and honestly many fans are still processing all the bloodshed, as well as that incredible twist at the end. Did you see it coming?! Whew! It was a lot.

Next, she attended the 2019 Billboard Music Awards on Wednesday.

Turner was showing support for none other than her boo, Mr. Joe Jonas. He, of course, was performing with his brothers — a.k.a. Kevin and Nick — for the first time in several years. It was a moment for the history books, so it makes sense that Turner and the other "J Sisters," Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas, were there to cheer the guys on.

But that's not all! 

After the BBMAs, she and Jonas decided to literally get married in a surprise Las Vegas ceremony. Naturally, an Elvis impersonator officiated the nuptials, and the lovebirds exchanged Ring Pops. You know, super casual.

Diplo broke the news on his Instagram Stories when he posted pictures of the wedding chapel and of Turner walking down the aisle in her veil.

Dan and Shay even performed at their last-minute wedding.

I mean, sure, it was a spontaneous Vegas wedding, but when you're both well-known celebrities, you're afforded some extra perks that us regular folk are not. Dan and Shay performed "Speechless" as Turner, in a white satin pantsuit and veil, walked down the aisle toward her fiancé.  

All of the Jonas Brothers were in attendance plus their wives as well.

Now how sweet is this? Can't you just feel the love as Turner and her new sister-in-law embrace one another after the couple said their vows? Unfortunately, one very important guest was not in attendance: Turner's Game of Thrones on-screen sister and IRL BFF Maisie Williams.

And Joe is happily celebrating his new wife.

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The day after they said, "I do," he took to Instagram to share these snapshots of Turner with the caption "Hot Damnnnnnnn" next to a fire emoji. It's safe to say he's feeling pretty good about that Vegas wedding. No official word yet from Turner, but we're keeping our fingers crossed for some more epic photographs with that Elvis impersonator.

Soph is also featured in a new interview with Marie Claire Australia.

She discussed dealing with the pressure to change or conform her body, and how it was especially tough facing those challenges in front of an audience of literally millions of fans. 

“I have experienced mental illness firsthand and I’ve seen what it can do to the people around [the sufferers] as well,” she told the magazine. 

She talked about the connection between mental health and body image.

Turner continued: "My metabolism suddenly decided to fall to the depths of the ocean, and I started to get spotty and gain weight, and all of this was happening to me on camera." 

She previously told Dr. Phil that she was 17 when her metabolism began "slowing down massively" while she was also facing "the social media scrutiny and everything." 

The pressure to drop weight was coming from film and TV studios as well.

She told Marie Claire Australia that having a great therapist helped her push through all the outside noise and focus on what's best for her. 

“Everyone needs a therapist, especially when people are constantly telling you you’re not good enough and you don’t look good enough," she said. "I think it’s necessary to have someone to talk to, and to help you through that.”

Props to Turner for always being honest about difficult subject matter.

"Since I was like really young, we’ve had a whole mental health thing in my family," she has previously explained. “It’s been something that’s just been of the utmost importance in the past five years of my life.”

It's so critical for stars like her to continue using their platform to have these tough but necessary conversations.