It became known that the star of the cult TV series “Game of thrones” Emilia Clarke appealed to his fans with a rather unusual request, namely not to do with her selfie. The reason was the problem of the famous actress health.
So, in the new episode of Jessie Ware’s Table Manners Clark told about the unpleasant situation that happened to her at the airport.
“I was at the airport, and I started to have a panic attack because of moral and physical exhaustion. I cried, and this time, he approached me and the guy with the words: “Can you make a selfie?”, to which I replied: “I can’t breathe, I’m so sorry,” – says celebrity.
Besides, Emilia is still explained to the fans how to make a cherished photo with her.
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“Let me explain something. When you come, you should talk with someone, and not just say: “Give us a selfie and goodbye.” It must be so: “Hello, my name is so and so, I that”. This is the communication and the relation of man with man” – told the actress.
Recall that the 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 reported by the portal Znaia the glory Emilia Clarke has brought the role of daenerys Targaryen in the TV series “Game of thrones”. She was only 23 years old.
The portal also Znayu wrote that British actress and star of the TV series “Game of thrones” Emilia Clarke claims that she tried to get to pose Nude.
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