While Emilia Clarke finished filming Game of Thrones, a while ago, she is now sharing a way she has commemorated her famous character. Clarke has gotten a reminder that should last a lifetime. Yes, there are memories but thanks to Clarke's new skin accessory, she has something else. Let's just say that Clarke's turn as Daenerys "Stormborn" Targaryen has rubbed off by way of some ink. The actress shared a picture of it. You can see it for yourself below:
The actress could not hide her excitement with the final result, using clever hashtags that alluded to her on-screen alter ego. One of the best being "#withfyreandinkbaby" a nod to Daenerys' epic line declaring that she would take what belongs to her with "fire and blood." As fans are likely to recognize, Emilia Clarke's tattoo features three dragons, which are an obvious nod to Daenerys' three dragons: Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion. The last-named dragon was the one killed by the Night King in Season 7's arresting penultimate episode.
No matter how Daenerys and her dragons' stories finish up, the Game of Thrones star has already opened up about the emotional impact of filming her final scene. The latter part of what she shared has drawn a lot of fevered speculation with Emilia Clarke's intriguing quote giving way to a lot of questions regarding the audiences' final glimpse at the Mother of Dragons.
Suffice it to say, whatever does transpire with Daenerys in the final season, it did not make Emilia Clarke any less interested in getting an ink homage to her breakthrough role. Clarke is not the only member of the Game of Thrones cast to opt for paying a tattoo tribute to the series.
As for Emilia Clarke's tattoo, the three little dragons inked on her wrist should help assure that the character will not be far from her thoughts. Clarke's Game of Thrones journey has been incredibly eventful. With one season left, we will see if Daenerys can stop her zombie-fied dragon Viserion, before he wreaks more havoc on the world. In the final moments of Season 7, the Night King compelled Viserion to take down the Wall.
So, she will have her hands full, and Emilia Clarke now has a wrist delicately adorned with dragons to commemorate it. Find out how the Mother of Dragons' story ends when Game of Thrones returns for its eighth and final season at some point in 2019 on HBO. Thankfully, there is a lot of new programming debuting this fall to keep TV fans busy in the meantime.