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She answers and meets his gaze without words. After a moment, he enters, and, with their eyes still locked, shuts the door.
Unaware of the truth of Jon's parentage and their kinship, they finally give in to the mutual attraction between them and make love.
Jon and Daenerys arrive in Winterfell together, and with their armies. They are formally received by Sansa and the remaining Starks.
Later, Jon explains to those gathered at the Great Hall that he feels his political alliance with Daenerys - bending the knee to her - is more important than remaining King in the North.
He says he had a choice: to keep his crown or protect the North. He chose the North. As Tyrion comes to Jon's defence when the Northern lords are angered by Jon's decision, Daenerys turns to look at Jon; she is pleased with their alliance forming "the greatest army the world has ever seen.
Their blossoming romance is difficult to conceal. As they walk outside the walls of Winterfell , Daenerys tells Jon that Sansa doesn't seem to like her much and Jon tries reassuring her that Sansa didn't like him much during their childhood.
Daenerys tells Jon that she doesn't need Sansa to be her friend but that as her Queen, Daenerys expects Sansa to respect her, or there will be unstated consequences.
Daenerys sees herself as in command of the relationship and seeks to get Jon to insist that Sansa bends to her will.
After tending to the dragons, Jon and Daenerys go on a "dragon date": it is Jon's first time riding on the back of one - a rare opportunity for someone who is not a Targaryen and he struggles at first.
Their bond deepens as they fly on dragonback together and Jon manages to steer Rhaegal to a waterfall where he used to hunt as a child.
After they land in the secluded location, they embrace and kiss, while Drogon looks on. In the crypt in Winterfell, Samwell reveals to Jon that Daenerys had Sam's father and brother executed.
Jon is shocked by this news as Daenerys hadn't told him. He expresses sympathy towards Sam, who asks him whether he would have done the same.
Jon reminds Sam that like Daenerys, he has executed people before. Sam responds that Jon has also shown mercy before.
Jon replies that he wasn't king. Sam cryptically tells Jon that he has always been a king; Jon confuses this for meaning that he is the King in the North, but Sam tells he doesn't mean that: he means "the King of the Seven Bloody Kingdoms!
Sam tells Jon that Ned lied to protect him from Robert Baratheon. The news is difficult for Jon to take and all he can say is that Daenerys is the queen.
Sam tells Jon she shouldn't be, but Jon calls that treason. Sam then poses Jon an important question: Jon gave up his crown for his people, would Daenerys?
In Winterfell, in the Great Hall, Daenerys takes the main chair at the great table, and plays a central in determining the fate of Jaime Lannister , her father's killer.
After listening to arguments in defence of keeping Jaime alive, including Brienne vouching for him, and Sansa vouching for Brienne, Daenerys turns to Jon for his opinion.
Jon says they "need every man they can get. Daenerys is affronted, and their interaction is observed and noted by Varys, Tyrion, Missandei, and Jorah.
She storms out of the hall via the front entrance. In the library at Winterfell, Sansa and Daenerys meet. Daenerys realizes Jon is an issue between herself and Sansa.
Sansa says that Jon loves Daenerys and is concerned Daenerys is manipulating him but Daenerys assures Sansa that her love for Jon is genuine and she has no ulterior motives.
She tells Sansa that she put her life long quest for the Iron Throne on hold to join the fight against the Night King which has cost her one of her dragons  because of her love for Jon.
She confides that the only other man she loved as much as Jon was her late husband, Drogo. Sam and Jon discuss when to tell Daenerys the truth about his identity.
Later on, he is in the crypt, visiting the memorial to his mother, Lyanna, contemplating the revelation and no doubt the imminent war with the dead.
Daenerys appears, seeking comfort, and when Jon sees her, he gives her a soft smile, upon which Daenerys approaches him. She wraps both arms around his right arm and he holds her hand as Daenerys asks him whose statue he is standing in front of.
Jon tells her it is of Lyanna Stark; Daenerys recoils a little and recalls being told that her brother Rhaegar, who was "decent and kind; liked to sing; gave money to poor children" and had raped Lyanna.
Daenerys seems incredulous. Jon tells Daenerys that Rhaegar didn't rape Lyanna; he loved her and they were married in secret.
After Rhaegar fell at the Trident , Lyanna had a baby, whom Robert Baratheon would have murdered had he found out. Lyanna gave the baby to her brother to be raised as his own bastard.
That is the truth of Jon's identity. Daenerys is stunned and asks Jon who told him. He tells her it was Bran who found out, and Sam who confirmed it.
Daenerys is incredulous; she asks Jon whether he thinks it strange that only his brother and his best friend knew.
Jon tells her he believes it. Daenerys reacts by saying if it is true, then Jon would be the last male heir to House Targaryen : he would have a claim to the throne.
Daenerys is unconcerned that this would make Jon her nephew as incest is common for Targaryens; she is more concerned about the political ramifications.
Their conversation is broken up by the sounding of the war horns; the battle against the Night King and the army of the dead is about to commence.
Jon gives Daenerys a nod as if to say, we'll settle this if we survive the war: the time now is for action. When the Dothraki charge the undead and disappear into the darkness, Daenerys makes her way to Drogon.
However, Jon takes Daenerys's arm and tries to temper her action by warning her that the Night King is coming.
She replies, "The dead are already here. After they unseat the Night King from an undead Viserion, Jon tries to take on the grounded Night King but the Night King prevents Jon from reaching him by raising wights from the surrounding dead.
Daenerys, from atop of Drogon, clears the swarming wights and when Jon calls to her that he needs to go to the godswood, where Bran is luring the Night King so they can ambush him, Daenerys tells him to go.
After Jon departs while Daenerys is still on Drogon's back, she and Drogon wait a moment too long before taking off and wights start to swarm again.
Drogon flies upward to escape them, knocking Daenerys off, but she is protected by Jorah, who fights to the death.
These combined military efforts prove to be pivotal, and help pave the way for Arya's eventual elimination of the Night King. At Winterfell, whilst celebrating the victory of the living over the dead.
Daenerys and Jon share smiles with each other. However, she is unhappy when she witnesses the praise Jon receives from Tormund and the wildlings.
She later visits Jon in his chamber, whereupon he consoles her about Jorah's death, saying if Jorah could have chosen a way to die, it would have been protecting her.
Daenerys reveals the true depth of her affections for Jon when she says that Jorah loved her, but she could not love him the same way - the way she loves Jon - and asks Jon if that is alright.
Jon kisses her in response. The couple engages and begin removing each other's clothes when Jon hesitates and pulls back.
At this point, Daenerys says she wishes he'd never told her; that she would be much happier not knowing.
Commenting on the love and admiration the Northmen have for Jon, Daenerys begins to question whether they would ever be loyal to her if they discovered Jon's identity and fears others will press Jon's claim over hers.
Jon says he'll refuse his claim and gets down on one knee, swearing Daenerys will always be his queen. It is at that point that Daenerys first expresses her feelings towards Jon as being a threat to her claim to the throne.
She worries what will happen if the Northmen were to find out and demand that he presses his claim and takes what is hers. She points out that it doesn't matter whether or not he wants the Iron Throne - he didn't want to be King in the North, but it was still expected of him.
Crucially, Daenerys sees the throne as hers and, knowing Jon has the more legitimate claim but no desire for it, her solution is for Jon to say nothing to anyone about his parentage, and to swear Samwell and Bran to secrecy.
She fears the truth will take on a life of its own and he won't be able to control it or what it does to people. Daenerys takes his hand and wishes that things could go back to the way they were, before they both knew of his true parentage.
Daenerys fears what Sansa will do if she finds out. Jon takes her hand, telling her he must be honest with his sisters and trusts that Sansa will keep his parentage secret.
His divided loyalties become apparent at this point between his love for Daenerys and his family: he feels his family - the people he grew up with and loves as his siblings Sansa, Arya and Bran - deserve to know the truth about him.
Some fans are already questioning whether Daenerys would be willing to murder Jon for the throne. One would hope not, but the answer, right now, is unclear.
A traditional story would set Jon up as the obvious hero who eventually sits upon the Iron Throne. But Game of Thrones has always bucked tradition, and hopefully it will in this instance too.
But she could prove just as worthy of the throne. Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana. By Eliana Dockterman.
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I think he kills her because she thinks only she knows what is good and right and nobody else does. Just like her father, she went mad and burned the whole city.
So I guess all the inbred Targaryens are crazy. Almost every actor from the cast of Game of Thrones has commented on what they felt about the ending of the show.
Most of them have defended the final season and the end it brought forth; while few have chosen a mild stance of criticism. Kerry Ingram , who played perhaps the most loved child character Shireen Baratheon on the show, has become yet another cast member to come out in full support of the ending.
So, yeah, it was inevitable that the story began and finished with the Starks. But does it describe the way everything happened through the course of that journey?
Probably not! The last season went under so much scrutiny because people were invested too much and yes, they expected a lot. But those expectations mostly arose from George R.
Game of Thrones turned into a richly complex story over its long run; and it seemed like it became difficult to tame the beast.
But since the journey was so well built at least up until the sixth season, it was very natural to expect an equally satisfying end.
However, despite all criticism and flak, Game of Thrones still remains one of the best shows for a large majority of people.
The year old English actress has been writing her own series during the coronavirus lockdown. Well, we wish her all the luck with this exciting new prospect!
Life throws many challenges at us. Sometimes they can be too much to bear at one time but it is those challenges that make us who we become later in life.
Natalie Dormer a. Margaery Tyrell of Game of Thrones too has had a life full of challenges and she recently talked about in an interview.
Read on to find out more! She reflected on her journey all the way from her school life where she was bullied to becoming a confident actress.
She also spoke about why she craves for strong roles and their impact on her. But I also want to be part of stories that show how women can lead interesting, engaging lives apart from their romantic relationships.
I needed to work on my confidence level in my 20s until I became more forceful. There are very uncomfortable parallels between the state of things today and the kind of things happening in the mid-to-late s and the lead-up to the Second World War.
She also revealed that she almost made it to the Cambridge university but enrolled herself into a drama school instead.
She was also pretty close to her grandfather who in some ways defined her future by supporting her creative juices. From being bullied to being part of an epic saga like Game of Thrones and Hunger Games, Dormer has truly come a long way.
We truly admire her for that. But if you ask us, Game of Thrones prequel not happening was just too sad.