Assume $A$ is a block matrix of the form:

$$A=\left[\begin{array}{cccc} A_{11}&A_{12}&\ldots&A_{1n}\\ A_{21}&A_{22}&\ldots&A_{2n}\\ \vdots&\vdots&\ddots&\vdots\\ A_{n1}&A_{n2}&\ldots&A_{nn}\\ \end{array}\right]$$

and let $A^e$ denote an extended version of $A$ given by:

$$A^e=\left[\begin{array}{cccccccc} A_{11}&0&A_{12}&0&\ldots&A_{1n}&0\\ 0&(A_{11}^*)^\top&0&(A_{12}^*)^\top&\ldots&0&(A_{1n}^*)^\top\\ A_{21}&0&A_{22}&0&\ldots&A_{2n}&0\\ 0&(A_{21}^*)^\top&0&(A_{22}^*)^\top&\ldots&0&(A_{2n}^*)^\top\\ \vdots&\vdots&\vdots&\vdots&\ddots&\vdots&\vdots\\ A_{n1}&0&A_{n2}&0&\ldots&A_{nn}&0\\ 0&(A_{n1}^*)^\top&0&(A_{n2}^*)^\top&\ldots&0&(A_{nn}^*)^\top\\ \end{array}\right]$$

where $A_{ij}^*$ is the conjugate transpose of the block $A_{ij}$ and $(\cdot)^\top$ is the transpose operation.

If $VJV^{-1}$ is the Jordan canonical decomposition of $A$ and $V_eJ_eV^{-1}_e$ is the Jordan canonical decomposition of $A^e$, can we find a relation between the Jordan blocks $J$ and $J_e$ (and $V$ and $V_e$)?