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So, people think that Sophie Turner has given them a big clue as to the fate of her character, Sansa Stark, after she shared an on set photo of herself with her eyes closed.
It ain't much to go on, but hell, there's basically an entire week to go before the next episode.
She shared the picture on Instagram - where it has since been viewed around 2 million times - and captioned it: "In honour of the final season of Thrones premiering tonight .... Here's a picture of me asleep on set."
Of course, people have shifted through the gears from: "Oh, that's nice," to: "Wait! This means that Sansa Stark is going to die!"
As if one of the biggest characters in one of the world's biggest ever shows would share a picture of herself dead before the events of the show had unfolded.
Or maybe - just maybe - is she just having a little bit of fun at everyone's expense. After all, she knows whether her character lives or dies in the end, maybe there will be a follow up post afterwards that just says: "Ha! I told you so!"
We'll have to wait and see.
What we do know, is that everyone is reading so far into everything posted by the cast now that basically anything they say or do is interpreted as some sort of coded warning as to the fate of Westeros, or their individual characters.
One observer said: "Is this a spoiler???"
Another added: "Girl if this is a pic of you dead on set I'm blocking you! Don't play with me."
In reality, that might be exactly what she's doing. As already mentioned, we'll have to wait and see. The good news - or bad, depending on how you look at it - is that we don't have long to wait.
After yesterday's opening episode, there are only five left. Sure, they're longer than the rest, but that's not a whole lot.
In six weeks we will know who claims the Iron Throne and rules all of (whatever is left of) Westeros.
Game of Thrones will return to our screens at 2am on Monday 22 April, with the second episode being repeated at 9pm GMT that same day.
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