Clarke played eight seasons Mother of Dragons
Emilia Clarke has taken leave of her TV hit Game of Thrones after the filming of the eighth season. The British actress portrays the Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen since the fantasiedrama in 2011 began. She has recently the scenes of the latest episodes included in next year’s premiere.
Last weekend turned Emilia back to the scene in Ireland to the area even once to see and then she made also an emotional message on Instagram. “I hopte on a boat to an island to say goodbye to the country that is almost ten years my home has been far from my own home,” she wrote with a picture of herself lying on a flower field. It is a journey has been @gameofthrones thanks for the life that I had never dreamed that I would be able to live and the family that I will continue to miss”. They closed with an emoji of a broken heart.
Emilia’s message led to emotional responses from her TV colleagues. Jason Momoa, who is her husband, Khal Drogo, played, said, “Love you. Very proud of you.” Lena Headey, who the cunning Cersei Lannister portrayed, wrote: “Dear words. Love you and HOLY Balls. #Thistheend”.
Emilia has fans teased about the latest episodes of Game of Thrones in the past few weeks and admits that the pictures of the slotscènes have left their mark. “The f**ked me up,” she told Vanity Fair last month. “Know that that is a lasting taste in one’s mouth of what Daenerys is… You know what I mean when you see it.”
The actress has no idea how the series officially ends, because showbazen David Benioff and D. B. Weiss different eindscènes have been included so that the end can not leak out. “I think they are a lot of things to the filming, and they tell us not the end,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “I’m serious. I think they even make us not trust it.”