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SPOILER ALERT: Lena Headey had 'mixed' feeling over Cersei Lannister's big moment

SPOILER ALERT: Lena Headey had 'mixed' feeling over Cersei Lannister's big moment

In last night's episode of Game of Thrones, "The Bells", the series' longest-running villain, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), met her doom.

Out of the total 432 minutes of season eight, Headey has appeared in under 25 minutes of screen time - and that's not even when she is visible on screen, that's the total of scenes Cersei is in.

The most recent episode of Game of Thrones has inspired fans to react with both anger and disbelief at the shocking turns their favourite show has taken, and many of them have expressed their feelings on social media.

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After the Mother of Dragons destroyed the city, Cersei and her brother-come-lover Jaime Lannister were reunited. According to showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss though, there's a good explanation for why Dany did what she did.

The young woman began the series as a scared child who grew into a strong leader, but there was always one problem people failed to consider: she might inherit the same madness that caused her father, Aerys Targaryen, to almost burn all of King's Landing to the ground.

Katherine, who has a 1-year-old named after the Targaryen Queen, says, "I'm still behind her". The episode was indeed iconic and saw a number of prominent characters dying. characters we've been following right from episode one. It's the most authentic connection she's ever had. "If things had been different, I don't think this side of Dany ever would've come out". I don't think she did anything wrong. If Cersei hadn't betrayed her, if Cersei hadn't executed Missandei, if Jon hadn't told her the truth... And "Game of Thrones" has no time left for a season of redemptive denouement - not with this atrocity in the second-to-last episode. "The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the ideal end for her", she sighed to Entertainment Weekly, explaining that she changed her mind after discussing the final moments with co-star Coster-Waldau. While it's not made explicit that they're referring to Daenerys, Martha then shares her concern that soldiers are watching her. The warning signs were there, whether we wanted to acknowledge them or not.