Daenerys Stormborn, Mother of the dragons, seems untouchable with her three dragons keeping watch over her. But during the filming of Game of Thrones season 7, Daenerys got blown away – by a 50 mph wind, that is.
Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys in the GoT series, recently shared a selfie video clip on her Instagram account where her voice can barely be heard because of the strong winds in the area.
The Instagram post was then captioned, “And then I fell over. Or rather a brisk 50mph N.Irish wind caught me unawares.”
Clarke looked adorable as she tried to send a message for her fans. However, she was careful not to give anything away as to what’s happening in the set or about the next season. Whether she got hurt or not after the fall, no one is sure as there was no mention of it. One thing is for sure, though, Clarke seemed to be enjoying herself.
As to what’s in store in season 7, there’s nothing much to deduce about the location or the scenes they were shooting in the area. It could be that they are shooting everything from Winterfell to King’s Landing in Ireland.
Meanwhile, Clarke and the GoT actors might be having some fun filming what could be the last season for the series but they also confirmed that season seven will be heartbreaking. Some of them have confirmed that a lot of people will die in the seventh season.
Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in the series, said that she cried when she read the script for the last season, adding that she couldn’t believe Game of Thrones is going to let anything happen to the characters of the show. Maisie Williams, who plays Sansa Stark in the movie, confirmed that the next season indeed causes a lot of pain and heartache for the characters as well as the fans.
There are many speculations as to who will survive or be killed next season. For now, everybody is just happy that Clarke shared her adorable short video and for inventing the hashtag “#gameofhowtostanduprightinagaleforcewind” which is fitting for no one but the Mother of Dragons herself.
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