Kit Harington spills Game of Thrones ending to wife


It’s no secret that the cast of Game of Thrones is sworn to secrecy when it comes to the final season’s script details. But when you’re married to Jon Snow, you get special privileges.

It turns out; Jon Snow actually knows something about Game of Thrones – and now his wife, Rose Leslie, does, too.

Kit Harington recently told British DJs Tom Green and Daisy Maskell from KISS FM’s morning show how his new bride, Rose Leslie, didn’t speak to him for three days after he told her the ending of Game of Thrones.

“And she’d asked!” he said.

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The newlyweds, who married last June, met on the set of Game of Thrones when their storylines intersected as love interests Jon snow and Ygritte the wildling. Ygritte died on the show back in Season 4, but their love carried on off camera.

With the final season premiering in just two months, the entire cast has had to keep the ending secret for quite a while. Harington avoided all spoilers until he attended the final table read with the whole cast.

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, he said that he’s neither happy nor sad about the ending. He said,

"“I don’t think it’s about being happy or sad, really. I’m satisfied with what they did, but I don’t know whether I’ll be really satisfied until I see it.”"

Harington admitted that he cried twice during the final table read. And Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) herself shed some tears when she read the last pages.

So, does this give any indication of what we can expect? If everyone’s crying, what the heck are we in for?

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For a show, so synonyms with killing off lead characters and fan favorites, it begs the question that all these tears and emotional reactions have something to do with death. I don’t think these are happy tears.

Whatever the secret plot may be, one thing is for sure… we as fans are in for it.

Game of Thrones returns for its final season April 14 on HBO.

Source: Entertainment Weekly