Game Of Thrones’ Mother of Dragons has had her offspring immortalised in a new tattoo on her wrist.
British actress Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, showed off the artwork which coincides with filming for the final season of the hit show ending.
She posted a photo on her Instagram account showing her laughing and holding her arm in air.
The caption read: “MOD 4 LYFE!!!!🔥@_dr_woo_made sure this mamma ain’t NEVER forgetting her babies…. 😍 #dontworryionlybrieflypassedout #withfyreandinkbaby #modgothookedupp#couldntbehappierifitried #🙌 #🔥 #❤️”
The inking was done by famed tattoo artist Dr Woo who has also worked with Harry Styles, Cara Delevingne and Drake.
Clarke is not the first Game Of Thrones star to commemorate their years on the show with a permanent memento. Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, had a direwolf tattooed on to her leg with the caption: “The pack survives.”
Fans are still in the dark about when the next season will air but speaking backstage at the Emmy’s on Sunday the show’s boss David Benioff said: “The final season is taking a long time because it’s the biggest thing we’ve ever done.
“Even though it’s six episodes, it was nearly a full year in Belfast either prepping it or shooting it.
“It’s quite extraordinary what the crew and the actors created, and I think when people see it they’ll understand why it took so long.
“No-one’s going on vacation or slacking off, it’s just that last season is far beyond what we’ve ever attempted before, and it is taking a really f****** long time – and I hope it will be worth it.”
The show has been based on George RR Martin’s book series A Song of Ice and Fire.
Game Of Thrones series eight will air on Sky Atlantic and Now TV in 2019.