To celebrate the show, The National Wax Museum plus unveiled a new waxwork of Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke, following weeks of speculation.
"The family portrait", she captioned the post, adding a few important hashtags: #jeneregretterien - "I have no regrets", in French - and #okmaybehereiseetheresemblance.
The co-stars are pictured with their heads poking out of a viking couple cardboard cutout.
So much so that Clarke has come out in defence of her character. Daenerys was left fuming after she realised Jon had a stronger claim to the Iron Throne because he was a male heir which supersedes females. Her lust for power has never been a secret on the show, neither has her willingness to carry out acts of excessive violence - such as, y'know, burning Samwell Tarley's dad and brother alive and giving zero fucks about having done so. It's not a thing. It's a thing for Jon, but let's just forget about that.
Clarke went on to explain to Entertainment Weekly about the line of succession: "The main thing is we're up for the same promotion and I've been working for it for my entire existence".
Harington had previously spoken about how kissing Clarke on the show was "really odd" due to their friendship.
"This [Daenerys"] whole existence", the actress emphasized. "You should make a new one, a better one", one person wrote.
It's not that weird, however.
Sam was also left heartbroken after Dany coldly informed him she'd burned alive his father Randyll Tarly (James Faulkner) and brother Dikon (Tom Hopper), again she won no love from him. "And it's not hard to kiss her, is it?"