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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 04: (EDITORS NOTE: Image has been processed using digital filters) Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas attend the premiere of 20th Century Fox's "Dark Phoenix" at TCL Chinese Theatre on June 04, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

You might want to bend the knee since it appears Joe Jonas won the Iron Throne. That is if you believe Jonas’ Game Of Thrones-themed 30th birthday cake.

While on tour with the Jonas Brothers, the middle JoBro celebrated his milestone birthday with a cake topper that featuring him and his wife Sophie Turner. The Game Of Thrones-inspired decoration has him sitting on the Iron Throne with Turner right by his side. Let’s assume like Sansa, she’s got her own kingdom to watch over.

While the bottom tiers of the cake are very Miami Vice, the top was all GoT. There was even a banner that read “House Stark” on top, according to the photo shared by Lucas Romeo, who works at their label, Republic Records, on his Instagram Stories.

Joe Jonas’ ‘Game Of Thrones’ birthday cake. (Courtesy of Lucas Romeo)

It wasn’t the only cake Jonas received on his birthday. During their show in Washington, D.C., Turner surprised him with another cake and a kiss. No surprise the crowd got a little louder after that cute moment. “Couldn’t have asked for a better night,” Jonas wrote alongside a video of the sweet birthday moment. “Thank you all so much. Nothing better than doing what I love with my loves on my birthday.”

Turner also wrote a special tribute to her new husband. “Happy 30th to my love and the best thing that’s ever happened to me. @JoeJonas I love you,” she wrote on her Instagram Stories. “You are my world,” she later added.

Couldn't have asked for a better night, thank you all so much. Nothing better than doing what I love with my loves on my birthday ❤️ #HappinessBeginsTour

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