Spoiler warning for Episode 8.05 of Game of Thrones!
A week after fans spotted a Starbucks coffee cup in the background of Game of Thrones, the lead up to this week's penultimate episode had fans anxious that Season 8 - a series several years and many millions in the making - has made another gaffe. "I loved her", Headey wrote.
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Surprisingly, Headey's evil Queen Cersei was hardly featured in Season 8 before her demise in Episode 5, but that didn't affect her pay at all.
"I wanted her to have some big piece or fight with somebody", she said. "Jaime Lannister magically has his right hand, in last night's episode of #GameOfThrones..." In total, more than 3,500 children have been named after her since the show began. "If Cersei hadn't betrayed her, if Cersei hadn't executed Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel), if Jon hadn't told her the truth... if any of these things happened in a different way, then I don't think we'd be seeing this side of Daenerys Targaryen".
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After the Mother of Dragons destroyed the city, Cersei and her brother-come-lover Jaime Lannister were reunited.
Cersei Lannister and Jaime Lannister stayed together until they died in "The Bells", and Coster-Waldau posted an emotional and amusing statement on working with Headey for 10 years: "The best, sweetest most wonderful sister from another mother @iamlenaheadey".
HBO has yet to react to the fans' observation: after the cup gaffe, the network sarcastically responded: "The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake". While Jaime's decision surprised Headey herself, she said the choice directly impacted how to play her final moments as Cersei. You could argue both queens were shown to be acting out of character. Instead, she could escape King's Landing and go on living her life elsewhere. We'll have more Game of Thrones videos through the show's final season on HBO. Hill told the magazine's Game of Thrones correspondent James Hibberd, "Part of you is, 'Oh, that's very good.' And part of you is, 'Oh, that sucks, '" and he only had more to say after that. If Arya is riding a white horse, this could spell bad things for her character.