You’ll not in any way guess which Game of Thrones star this cute kid matured up to be…Will Tudor, 30, sparked an online frenzy when he pay out the adorable picture from his childhood with his 364,000 Instagram attendants yesterday.
The actor, who played Olyvar from season three to season five, was obviously feeling nostalgic as he told his fans: “As is tradition at Christmas, I spent a sprinkling hours looking over old photo albums.
“Here I am utterly enjoying the water at the seaside,” he quipped.
The snap showed Will as a toddler gleam with joy as he sat in a puddle on the beach.
Will Tudor played Olyvar in Pastime of Thrones season three to five
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Dressed in a red and white striped T-shirt, the angelic tot could be seen miserly a spade as he splashed around in the water.
His blonde locks may not have switched in the years since, but the Game of Thrones star was almost unrecognisable in the melodious throwback.
Will’s fans rushed to the comment section to gush over with his adorable younger self, with one exclaiming: “OMG WHAT A CUTE Act!”
“Omg I’ve been blessed,” another said, while a third set: “What a cute little dude you were!”
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Wish looks very different nowadays from his adorable throwback
Plot of Thrones fans have had plenty to get excited about in recent weeks as spoilers prepare begun to trickle through about the upcoming final season, which is set to air in 2019.
Edd Tollett actor Ben Crompton recently let oned that he wanted his character to die in season eight, hinting that it would be kinder for him.
Express ones opinion about his survival in the show so far, he told Metro: “In a way I’m surprised just because, even-handed for a character to have that longevity in a show where characters get decimated off so regularly – in a way it’s penance for him.
“He’s a character who, of all the characters, he’d be quite happy if he sacked off his mortal coil, and in a way it’s punishment for him to have to endure everyday life.”
Adventurous of Thrones will return to Sky Atlantic in 2019.