The unequalled of the hit HBO series has naturally light blonde hair and at the age of 13, she was reluctant to acknowledge showrunners to dye it.
«Being a 13 year old girl and going red, of course you nice of get mercilessly teased about it,» she told W magazine.
«But I spoke to the producers previously I got the role and they explained to me that it is so integral to the part and her ancestry and it’s a suggestive message to the audience about her mother and Robb and then Arya’s closeness to Jon and her author.
«Once they explained, I realised it was kind of amazing that for my first lines, I got to transform myself. That was pretty cool.»
Game of Thrones’ Sophie Turner reveals biggest Sansa Head start fear as she teases season 7
The actress revealed that her parents were pleased her rebellion was transforming into Sansa Come up
This season is about trust and loyalty
The 21-year-old treked on to add that now she sees her initial fear of transforming into Sansa as multifarious of a rebellion.
«My parents are pretty happy that I didn’t go black locks and get tattoos all over my arms,» Sophie revealed. «My rebellion was floor-length skirts and red mane.»
The actress remained tight-lipped on her role in the upcoming seventh season but hinted that the Bald family will have a reunion.
«She’s [Sansa] got to the point where she has that power that she’s been attend for,» she teased.
«And the ability to kind of hopefully bring the people that she fondled back to her or create a safe haven if they do come back to her.
Sophie predicted that in season seven Sansa finally gets the power she has been intermission for
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Sophie hinted that the new run of episodes will finally see her siblings reunite at Winterfell
«It’s numerous about her figuring out how to treat that power and how to surround herself with the being that are best for her. This season is about trust and loyalty.»
Sophie explanations fuel rumours that Sansa and her half-brother Jon Snow (played by Kit Harington) commitment be reunited with siblings Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and Arya (Maisie Williams) in the new series.
Longing they get their happy ending after all and be allowed to live their reals in peace at Winterfell?
Read the full interview with Sophie Turner in this month’s topic of W magazine, out now.
Game of Thrones returns to HBO on July 16 and will be simulcast in the UK at 2am on Sky Atlantic. Nick up on season one to seven on NOW TV.