Initially, Game of Thrones received much fame for its intense sex scenes. The internet also played a role in helping the TV series going viral by sharing memes and GIFs of Cersei Lannister and Jamie Lannister’s incestuous relationship. But some fans seem to forget that it wasn’t the only controversial scene.
In Game of Thrones season 2, Yara Greyjoy played by Gemma Whelan also had her own incest moment with Theon Greyjoy played by Alfie Allen. A scene involving both characters riding on a horse soon turned sexual as Theon couldn’t keep his hands to himself. However, Allen’s character wasn’t aware that they were siblings during the intimate moment.
Recently, Whelan was on The Graham Norton Show and spoke about her embarrassing moment on Game of Thrones. As expected, it was the horse ride scene with Allen.
“In the original script it was my character, Yara is worrying his cock,” Said Whelan as the crowd laughed. The actress performed the original scripted scene on a chair with Allen. Fans can watch her explaining the filming of that scene in the video below.
In other news, HBO has revealed the new costumes worn by characters like Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and others in season 7. Videos are embedded below.
Going by the Daenerys’s costume, it looks like the queen has reached the North. Earlier in the teaser clip, it was also hinted that Daenerys is in the North.
In season 6, it was revealed that House Greyjoy’s Theon and Yara have sided with Daenerys Targaryen. Furthermore, it was suggested that they were on their way to Westeros to regain the throne.
Game of Thrones season 7 is confirmed to premiere on July 16, 2017. For more updates on the TV series, follow Pursue Newson Facebook and Twitter. Readers can also follow me on my social media accounts for the latest scoops.
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