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09 July 2018, 04:12 | Regina Holmes
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Posting a photo of her bloody shoes, she wrote: 'Goodbye Belfast. Goodbye Arya. Goodbye 'Game of Thrones.' What a joy I've had.
King's Landing - one of the most important of the seven kingdoms throughout the epic series' entire run - appears to be going up in flames, which is a very Game of Thrones way to go.
Although it seems like a lighthearted comment to make, Maisie recently shared a snap on her Instagram page, revealing she had finished filming.
The final season Game of Thrones will consist of six episodes, rumoured to all be movie length. She has left people confused and wondering whether Arya sits on the Iron Throne when really she goes out and fights the Night King? "Here's to the adventures to come".
Clarke's post was far more pleasing on the eye than William's blood stained shoes, it showcased Belfast's lovely flowers rather than the show's famous gore. "In a series of hashtags, Maisie also added, "#LastWomanStanding".
We guess we have to wait until 2019 to find out how Game of Thrones ends.
Just one month earlier, Williams opened up about how "surreal" it was to end Game of Thrones during her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Others latched onto the #LastWomanStanding hashtag to hold out hope that Arya will triumph and kill her arch-nemesis, Cersei Lannister.
"That would be awful if I got the ending tattooed on my body, just before the last season came out", she told Digital Spy.
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