Sophie Turner Brings Back "That's the Tea" With a Message for Those Not Wearing Masks

Sophie Turner took a sip of a beverage to punctuate her remarks about people who don't wear masks during shopping trips. Check out the star's video.

By Ryan Gajewski Dec 17, 2020 4:17 AMTags
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Sophie Turner is back to sharing the tea with her fans, and this time, it's about public health. 

The actress posted a video to her Instagram Story on Wednesday, Dec. 16 of herself enjoying a beverage while offering a bon mot. The footage can be seen in the below tweet, thanks to a fan account.

"If I can wear while I give birth, you can wear a mask at Walmart," Sophie said. "And that's the tea."

She and husband Joe Jonas, who tied the knot at a Las Vegas chapel in May 2019, confirmed baby Willa's arrival to E! News on July 22.

The 24-year-old Dark Phoenix star's fans are likely familiar with her posts that end with "And that's the tea." These videos tend to include some kind of pithy remark or statement that she would then follow with the catchphrase. 

The Game of Thrones alum spilled some "tea" in March during an Instagram Live video. That message was an apparent reference to actress Evangeline Lilly having said that she planned to do "business as usual" despite the coronavirus pandemic. 


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"Stay inside, don't be f--king stupid... even if you count your 'freedom' over your... health," Sophie said at that time. "I don't give a F about your freedom, you could be infecting other people, other vulnerable people around you."


She added, "So stay inside guys. It's not cool, and it's not clever. And that's the tea."

In April 2019, Sophie used the "tea" line to emphasize a somewhat-NSFW description of a final-season Game of Thrones episode involving Maisie Williams' Arya Stark and Joe Dempsie's Gendry.

"In honor of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the story line to have a little Easter bunny hop-hop-hopping into that p---y," she had quipped. "And that's the tea."

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