Game of Thrones' Sophie Turner says Sansa is 'woke now'


We also see a meeting between Daenerys and Melisandre, who has apparently made her way to Dragonstone; a seemingly triumphant Euron; and flashes of numerous other scenes.

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It's often speculated either Daenerys or Jon Snow could be the Prince That Was Promised, which makes Melisandre's revelation even more intriguing. "I don't think I've been in an environment where it's more about the passion for the material". "She trusts no one, be it man or woman, be it family member or not". She added, "She's woke now, guys". Turner said the two characters' relationship is evolving.