A world of tourneys and banquets and flowers. She is sullen to her honest, Northern father.
"I think the key is to remember that it's just like any other relationship and if you're in Hollywood or if you're in Africa, it's all the same", she tells ET.
"It's more about her figuring out how to treat that power and how to surround herself with the people that are best for her", she added. The dark truth soon begins to dawn. Just like Nicholas Ghesquiere's former actress muses, she possesses an ethereal, otherworldly look, making her the ideal fashion plate for his futuristic designs.
Will she come for Cersei, the Mountain or others next? Sophie Turner, Kit Harington and Maise Williams talked with USA Today about her turbulent rise to power. They are both gunning for the Lannister matriarch in a big way. "I think she can make it through this". Sansa has no idea at the time but her honest declaration sets in motion enormous geo-political repercussions for the future of Westeros. Maybe it will be someone you never saw coming? Most shows try to keep their casts intact, but "Game of Thrones" doesn't fool around; it takes the story's dog-eat-dog philosophy seriously.
So what exactly is Sansa going to end up doing?
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After turning heads on the red carpet at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and at the screening of the season's first episode, Turner headed to the after-party, where she sat at a table with her BFF Maisie Williams (GoT's Arya Stark) and boyfriend Joe Jonas.
Free of King's Landing, and her marriage to Tyrion, Littlefinger takes Sansa to the Vale, where her aunt Lysa Arryn swears to protect her on Littlefinger's guidance. "I didn't know you could do half the stuff that they say in the script". Certain members of the Night's Watch see this as a betrayal and arrange for his untimely death.
So what can we expect to see from Sansa this season?
Of course, a strong storyline for Turner's character was teased at the end of Season 6 when, after Lady Lyanna Mormont encourages the Northern lords and Vale lords to embrace Jon as the King of the North and they do so, Littlefinger and Sansa lock eyes, and the Stark daughter looks troubled. He claimed Winterfell for her. I don't know. I don't know if Sansa will be included in the spinoffs, but I believe that it probably wouldn't be. Only the emasculated, terrified, cowering Theon-filled with guilt for betraying her family-attempts to help her, as does a watching Brienne from forests outside Winterfell. During her travels, she unwillingly takes on a squire, Podrick Payne.
Harington speaks glowingly of the young girl he watched develop into a woman over the course of the show: "It's insane going from having this 13-year-old girl that you feel protective over, who's sweet and innocent and keeps running up to you and telling you not to smoke, and then watching (her) grow over the years into a fascinating, intelligent, incredibly amusing and witty young woman". What path will Sansa choose?More news: This Is What A Massive Subway Delay Looks Like