Actress Emilia Clarke, who played the role of Daenerys Targaryen in the TV series “Game of thrones”, postavila point in the scandal with a Cup of Starbucks in the frame in one of the episodes of the eighth season.
As you know, the fans noticed while watching the episode “Last of the Starks” a Cup of popular coffee chains. Cup stood on the pier next to the medieval circles.
.@EmiliaClarke reveals once and for all who the real #GameofThrones coffee cup culprit is! More with @EmiliaClarke on #FallonTonight! pic.twitter.com/4T8AKiqIQO
— Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) October 31, 2019
In the network built with different assumptions about the appearance of the cups, but recently on the show The Tonight Show Clark revealed her true origins.
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“Recently we had a party before the Emmy award, and Conlit (hill), who plays Varys, who sits next to me in this scene, took me aside and said, “Amelia, I have something to say. I have something to say, sweetheart. The coffee Cup was mine!” It was a coffee Cup Conleth. He said,” – said the actress.
We will remind, the oldest pair of Hollywood impressed the world as an example of eternal love.
As reported by the portal Znayu bloopers in the final season of “Game of thrones” was recognized even by the creators.
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