After that, she tried to rescue a few people from the piling rubble but barely managed to save herself, and when she awoke, she found that only she and a white horse [cue the inevitable Arya Is Death memes] were left standing amid the wreckage.
With Arya and possibly even Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) by her side, it seems she would actually be quite a good ruler of the Seven Kingdoms. "I had a lot of great ones - that one with Mark Addy [Robert Baratheon] back in the first season", she says.
Word of advice? Maybe stay off Twitter from next Sunday onwards until you'd had time to digest the episode for yourself.
"I think he knows that they belong together, they came into this world together, that they need to go out of this world together", Weiss surmised. "The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the ideal end for her", Headey says.
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"I think the important thing is that Jaime had a chance at freedom [with Brienne] and finally liberated himself from Cersei, which I think the audience will be thrilled about", Headey said.
"Best season ever!" she sarcastically replied when asked if she was happy with how things concluded. "I told Nikolaj, 'I've never seen you so sweet and sentimental.' And he's all, 'What's happening to me?' We kept cuddling going 'I love you.' It was weird".
Throughout Game of Thrones, Jaime and Cersei had a codependent relationship. In Episode 4, he said he sided "with the people" and would do whatever he could do to make sure the right leader was on the throne.
Lena Headey previously told EW she didn't agree with the decision in the Season 8 premiere for Cersei to have sex with Euron. But [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] obviously know what they're doing and were adamant Cersei would do what she had to do. She died in the arms of her twin brother and lover, Jaime (Nikokaj Coster-Waldau).
Game of Thrones "The Bells" is already proving to be one of the most divisive episodes of the series' run, as it laid bare the true, very bad nature of Daenerys's soul.