While their characters may not have actually ever shared the screen (yet, as far as we know), Game Of Thrones stars Emila Clarke and Kit Harrington have spent plenty of time together off-screen.
The 28-year old actress has spoken out recently about what it's like to be with Kit, who plays Jon Snow, out and about. The two appear to formed quite a close bond over the last five years, despite filming in different countries.
Speaking to GQ recently, Emilia said that while she can be lucky enough to go out without being recognised, Kit is not so lucky:
"We went to a FKA Twigs gig and it was mental. I went to the loo and in the cubicle on either side the girls were like, 'That's Jon Snow out there! Don't know who that random girl is."
Ever since the HBO show's most recent series finale rumours and fan theories have been popping up everywhere regarding Kit's character Jon. Is he dead or not seems to the question that anyone who watches the show cares about.
Emilia has outed herself as one fan who doesn't think we have seen the last of him:
"We've got the red lady [Melisandre], but what would she bring him back as? She's got to take something for herself. Let's just say I'm optimistic."
Kit himself had fans in a frenzy earlier this week as he spoke to a Belgian magazine Humo about his future with the series:
"Let's just say that Game of Thrones will remain a part of my life for a while, I'll probably be in my thirties when it's over. One thing's for sure: the day I'm no longer on Thrones is the day I'll bury myself in movie projects.”
The interview was translated by eager GOT fans and posted on Reddit, but fans will just have to wait and see what happens when the show returns.
One thing that Emilia apparently says she would not be so eager for fans to see however, was so much nudity. She was quoted as saying that certain sex scenes in GOT were 'gratuitous' and made her 'cringe'. However, she took to social media in efforts to clarlify her statement and explained:
“I was followed into a party by a journalist who asked me a question about female empowerment and then quoted me entirely out of context for an outlet I didn’t agree to speak with,” she went on to add:
“In drama, if a nude scene forwards a story or is shot in a way that adds insight into characters, I’m perfectly fine with it. Sometimes explicit scenes are required and make sense for the characters/story."