Emilia Clarke Released a Behind-The-Scenes Video From The Set of GAME OF THRONES Season 8

Emilia Clarke

Check out this amusing video released by Omaze that features Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen the Mother of Dragons, trying to give us a behind-the-scenes look at the set of the final season of Game of Thrones.

This is all for a good cause as it is offering one fan and a guest the opportunity to be flown out to Northern Ireland to hang out with Clarke over lunch and get a real sneak peek at the top-secret set in Belfast. Here’s what the winner will receive:

Hold onto your dragon—you’re joining Emilia Clarke (the First of Her Name, Queen of the Andals, Breaker of Chains, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, etc.) for a behind-the-scenes peek of Westeros. That’s right, you and friend are headed to the real home of Game of Thrones in Belfast, Northern Ireland! Once there, you’ll get to ask Emilia all your burning questions over lunch with The Unburnt herself. And because you’ll be with the rightful(ish) heir to the Iron Throne, you and your GoT-loving friend will have exclusive access to see things like costumes, props and more. Whether you bend the knee or not, you’ve pretty much won the Game of Thrones. Flights to the realm and hotel are on us.

The donations that are made will go to The Royal College of Nursing Foundation, which “provides vital support for the nurses, midwives, and healthcare assistants who care for us and our families day in and day out. The Foundation supports young people to join the nursing field, funds education and training possibilities, lends a hand to those struggling to meet the rising cost of living and provides advice and support to get their lives back on track. Your donation through this campaign will directly support the funding of a new generation of specialist nurses, whether they’re working in a stroke unit, a cancer ward, a diabetes clinic, a neurological center or another specialist setting.”


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