Last week, the actress submitted an application to take the children to England. Since the couple took up residence in England in April this year, they initially requested the “immediate return” of their daughters.
The fierce battle for custody of Willa, 3, and their 1-year-old daughter reaches a temporary truce with the new agreement. From the court documents he obtained Entertainment tonightApparently both parties are not allowed to take the children out of New York.
After Sophie’s request, Joe responded immediately through his lawyer. For example, two weeks after filing for divorce, he had a conversation with Sophie about making an “amicable co-parenting plan.” Joe’s lawyer said: “Less than 24 hours later, Sophie said she wanted to return the children to the UK permanently.”
She then asked Jo to hand over the children’s passports so she could take them in immediately. “The use of the word ‘kidnapping’ is at best misleading and at worst a serious misuse of the justice system. The children were not kidnapped.”
The statement continued: “Joe wants joint custody of the children so they can be raised by their mother and father, and he is of course also ok with the children being raised in both the US and the UK.” “The children were born in the United States and have spent most of their lives in the United States. They are American citizens.”
Joe and Sophie have been in a relationship since 2016 and married in 2019.