Episode two of the HBO fantasy’s season seven saw the Mother of Dragons (played by Emilia Clarke) and Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) deciding to invite Jon Snow to Dragonstone.
Despite the King in the North’s sister Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) heavily protesting his wishes to go and meet the white-haired queen, viewers were left watching Jon ride off into the snow towards her.
In an interview with ELLE magazine, the 30-year-old actor revealed that he thinks the pair finally meeting “will be a huge pleasure”, which could mean that a powerful alliance will be forming.
The star said he was very taken by his counterpart in real life as well, before explaining why he instantly liked Clarke.
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I was sort of bowled over by this absolutely stunning, petite girl
“I was sort of bowled over by this absolutely stunning, petite girl with this wicked sense of humour.
“We became very fast friends quite quickly,” he shared.
Meanwhile, another star of the show who has opened up about their role is the red priestess Melisandre actress Carice van Houten, who revealed that she wanted to “normalise” nudity on television.
“In Melisandre’s case, I think I can justify it because she uses sexuality as a weapon… she’s trying to manipulate.
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"I find it hypocritical that we can show people with their heads blown off, then there’s one nipple and viewers get upset,” she admitted.
The Dutch actress went on to tell The Telegraph: "That’s the thing that I struggle with… you don’t have sex with a bra on. I just want to normalise it."
Game of Thrones continues on HBO this Sunday in the US and will be simulcast on Sky Atlantic on Monday at 2am. Catch up on seasons one to seven on NOW TV.