Maisie Williams Plays Trivial Pursuit With Her Boyfriend And Finds That She's An Answer
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There's nothing like a game of Trivial Pursuit at Christmas to really make you realise how thick you are, is there? I like to think I've pretty decent general knowledge and I'm fine playing along with The Chase at home, but Trivial Pursuit soon knocks me down a peg or two.
But for Ollie Jackson, the other half of Game of Thrones' star Maisie Williams, one question popped up that pretty much guaranteed him a little plastic wedge:
Imagine he got this one wrong. Credit: Instagram/Masie Williams
Playing the game with his mega-famous girlfriend, Ollie was asked the question: "In Game of Thrones, what is the name of the tomboy daughter of Ned and Catelyn Stark?" With the answer, of course, being Maisie's character Arya Stark, something which he probably knows, right?
Maisie shared a snap of the card to Instagram with the caption: "He'd better get this one right."
I think we can assume he probably did, but good luck with the rest of them, mate.
Fans loved the photo - it's been liked over 450,000 times in less than a day.
Maisie was just 12 years old (aw) when she joined the HBO series, she recently shared a photo of herself on the first day of filming, standing outside her/Ayra's trailer, and check out how young she is:
She was just 12 when she joined the cast of Game of Thrones. Credit: Instagram/Masie Williams
The actress, now 20, has enjoyed an impressive character change over the years, starting out as the youngest Stark daughter who was separated from her family in the first series, before going on to become an assassin - as you do - and, in the most recent series, returning to Winterfell and being reunited with the remaining members of her family. The script writers have kept her busy.
And, as well as being lucky enough to grow up on one of the most popular shows around, seeing her face all over merchandise and having millions of followers on social media, she's also an answer on Trivial Pursuit, it doesn't get much bigger than that.