Sophie Turner Makes Odd Easter Toast To Arya Stark's 'Pussaaayyy'


If you've watched the latest instalment of Game of Thrones, then you'll know there was a scene which made for slightly uncomfortable viewing, for some fans anyway.

Arya Stark - whose exploits we've followed since she was just a little girl - got down and dirty with Gendry, because she wanted to know what it felt like to be with a man before her potentially imminent death.

By the incestuous and depraved standards of the show, there wasn't really much wrong with it, yet many viewers found it hard to come to terms with the idea of Arya doing the deed.

However, Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark - Arya's sister - has offered her own slightly odd, Easter-themed take on the scene.

In a video posted on Instagram, the 23-year-old actress can be seen in a dressing gown with a glass of wine in hand.

"In honour of Easter, I guess Game of Thrones wanted the story line to have a little Easter bunny hop, hop, hoppin' into that pussaayyyyyy," she said.

"And that's the tea," she added, before taking a sip of her wine.

Lots of viewers weren't sure how to feel about Arya's sex scene. Credit: HBO
Lots of viewers weren't sure how to feel about Arya's sex scene. Credit: HBO

Hmmm. What do we do with that then, Sophie?

Seems unlikely HBO wanted Gendry to represent a metaphorical Easter bunny hopping into Arya's pussy, doesn't it? Still, was a lovely Easter weekend for a spot of wine wasn't it?

Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, has said that even she originally didn't believe the sex scene was for real when she was first given her script.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, she said: "Sophie said, 'Whatever you do, you have to skip to this episode, this scene first'.

"So I just read that and it was practically all I knew about the entire season.

"At first, I thought it was a prank. I was like, 'Yo, good one'. And [the showrunners were] like, 'No, we haven't done that this year'.

"Oh fuck!"

'Oh fuck' is also pretty much what came to mind for many viewers as the scene unfolded, as they took to social media to share their shock.

What did you make of it all? Head over to Game of Thrones: Westeros Posting on Facebook and tell us what you think.

Game of Thrones will air on Sky Atlantic at 2am each Monday, and again at 9pm the same day.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Jake Massey

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