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You know, the one who tortured Sansa Stark on the show to no end?
"And then when I left and I got in the vehicle, I broke down in tears and I was devastated". "I wasn't supposed to, I told my mum", said Clarke. Clarke shared, "The good thing about telling my mom was that she's a vault". Her reaction? Uh. she forgot.
"I'm kind of jealous of your mom", Colbert replied. "If she falls asleep on a plane, I'm very anxious that she's going to say it and not realize her subconscious knows exactly what happens", said Clarke.
Gwendoline Christie in Iris van Herpen at the “Game of Thrones” season eight premiere. Andrew H. Walker Variety REX Shutterstock
"I thought I wasn't going to let myself get to that point because I had the last day to get through". I couldn't quite handle that.
Emilia spoke about her battle in an essay for the New Yorker, where she explained that in February 2011 she was in a workout class when she started feeling "shooting, stabbing, constricting pain" in her head and was rushed to the hospital for a three-hour surgery. Instead, she confessed that she has told her mother the top-secret ending to the series.
"Being completely honest, it made me petrified most of the time, which happens a bunch", she said. But for Game of Thrones fans getting ready to head into the series' eighth and final season on April 14, it's important to understand the relationships that now exist - or existed in the past but still bear significance - between the Seven Kingdoms' power players. Is this an official thank-you note to the islands for being the backdrop of some epic scenes in Season One?