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Rose Leslie is clarifying the nature of that spoiler her husband and former Game of Thrones co-star Kit Harington told her. Specifically, how much she actually knows about how Game of Thrones ends. Talking spoilers, Leslie said:
That is a major spoiler for those not entirely caught up on Game of Thrones. Rose Leslie now knows the set-up for the series' eighth and final season, but she still does not know how that considerable cliffhanger will play out. Continuing, Leslie explained her determination to remain spoiler-free, as well as clarifying how that Season 7 spoiler slip came to be; saying:
Going into the final season without any knowledge as to how it ends is Rose Leslie’s game plan. Here's hoping she gets to have it realized, since it seems impossible to imagine being able to enjoy what Leslie points out feeling, anticipation-wise, while armed with spoilers.
When this spoiler news initially broke many believed that Kit Harington had told his wife how the show ended. Something that led to her not talking to him for “three days.” Looking back at his quote, Harington said that he told Rose Leslie “last year how it ended.” In hindsight, it is apparent that he was talking about last year as in Game of Thrones' previous season.
He spoiled an ending, just not the Season 8 ending. As for how long she went without talking to Kit Harington for spoiling Season 7, Rose Leslie has a different recollection. She calls Harington’s words an “exaggeration,” but loved that he said “three days” because it seemed like he was just trying to get a cool soundbite out of it. So, how long did the silent treatment last? Leslie did not say.
Thankfully, the couple has managed to make it through the storm of spoilers. Rose Leslie, like countless Game of Thrones fans, will enter the final season without knowing how it ends. In the meantime, fans will have to make do with speculation as to who Jaime Lannister is smiling at in a new picture, and also what Daenerys’ last scene will entail, among other mysteries.
With so much unknown, at least some answers have already been provided. Find out how the dragon twist Kit Harington spoiled for Rose Leslie plays out when Game of Thrones' final season premieres Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. The series' eighth season is among many awaiting viewers in the midseason.