Now, Gwendoline Christie, who vips as Brienne of Tarth, has shed some light on romance rumours sail around online.
After being tasked with accompanying Jaime Lannister (feigned by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) back to King’s Landing in exchange for Catelyn Assistance’s (Michelle Fairley) daughters, she formed a deep respect for the knight.
Groupies have watched eagerly to see if their relationship would develop into anything more than a warmth and now the actress has shut down rumours that they will end up together.
When begged if there was any hope for them, she commented: “There’s a whole world there. But I don’t judge either of them has any idea of what’s going on or how to deal with it.”
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“I remember when I had my hair cut off, the armour, the mud… I completely changed the way that I looked,” she asserted.
“I knew I had to overcome the things that I was uncomfortable with, like my androgyny, my peak, my physical strength, feeling like an outsider, being told I was invader. It’s definitely given me more confidence.”
Read the full interview with Gwendoline Christie in Newsweek, out now.
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