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GoT season 8

She's the mother of dragons and everyone has to bend the knee to this bad b*itch.

Daenerys Targaryen is one iconic character. 

And now, Emilia Clarke has honoured her and her time on the hit series, Game of Thrones, by getting inked.


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Taking to Instagram, the actress posted a picture of three dragons tattooed on to her wrist. – and we ADORE it.

Emilia's time on the programme has come to an end, as the next and final series is due to be released next year. 

So, it doesn't come as a surprise that she has now chosen to pay tribute to her role.


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The caption of the photo reads: "MOD 4 LYFE!!!!@_dr_woo_ made sure this mamma ain’t NEVER forgetting her babies…"

Emilia recently opened up about her fear ahead of the highly anticipated eighth season: "I get sleepless nights over it," she told Elle.

"Oh, you’re gonna mess it up. It’s the last season, and it’s going to go wrong," she added. 


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The 31-year-old isn't the only member of her crew to have a tattoo in dedication to the TV show.

Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark has a direwolf with the words "the pack survives."  

Maisie Williams also has a neck tattoo in relation to her character on the show, Arya Stark.

She had "No one" inked which references her training in season five to becoming a faceless man.

The temptation to get some GoT ink is real.


Let's get real, Tyrion Lannister is arguably one of the best characters GoT has.

His wit, backstabbing and drunken antics have earned him a special place in our fangirl hearts. 

And the role would be nothing without actor Peter Dinklage, who won an Emmy last night for best-supporting actor. 

However, rumours surfaced that the actor didn't want the part – which he quickly put to bed.

Last night, backstage at the 2018 Emmys, Peter said the claims were "nonsense."

“How does that rumour get started? I had some concerns maybe it’s filtered down into some sort of rumour that I didn’t want to do it," he asked.

Peter has embodied Tyrion since 2011 and explained how the producers reassured any doubts he may have had about the part.

“But when I met Dave (Benioff) and Dan (Daniel Brett Weiss) for the first time with Carolyn Strauss, another producer on the show, (it was) so many years ago in LA here, they told me about it briefly.

“Then I, before I met them and then I came in with some concerns about this genre, having seen many… pieces, because I wasn’t familiar with the books, so I wasn’t familiar with the complexity of Tyrion at that point because unfortunately before this character, many times people my size weren’t complicated enough for me to be interested in doing it."

“I had done it one or two times before and it didn’t grab me but they relieved my concerns very quickly”, he added.

The HBO series, based on George R.R. Martin's books also brought home an Emmy for the best drama series.

The win comes despite heavy criticism from fans and critics about the last season of the addictive telly. 

Regardless of your feelings about season seven, we know you'll be glued to the screen for the final chapter, which will air next year.

Winter is coming ladies and gents.