Maisie Williams describes Game Of Thrones ending as ‘beautiful’

The Game Of Thrones cast has been keeping as tight-lipped as possible about how the final season pans out.

But on Tuesday’s edition of Lorraine, Maisie Williams gave a smidgen of information about the series finale, which kicks off on Sunday.

‘The last chapter was really beautiful and I’m going to miss it,’ she told Christine Lampard. ‘It’s really strange; now, in this final season, is when I’ve done the most reflecting and looking back on the first season. 

Tight-lipped: On Tuesday's edition of Lorraine, Maisie Williams gave a smidgen of information about the Game Of Thrones series finale, which kicks off on Sunday

Tight-lipped: On Tuesday's edition of Lorraine, Maisie Williams gave a smidgen of information about the Game Of Thrones series finale, which kicks off on Sunday

Tight-lipped: On Tuesday’s edition of Lorraine, Maisie Williams gave a smidgen of information about the Game Of Thrones series finale, which kicks off on Sunday

Get lippy like Maisie in a T-shirt by Markus Lupfer

Markus Lupfer pre-fall 2019

Buy a similar T-shirt

Buy now

Maisie Williams is renowned for her quirky sense of style, so her outfit choice for Lorraine was right on par!

In fact, we recognised the actress’ Markus Lupfer T-shirt a mile off! Hailing from the brand’s pre-fall 2019 collection, the signature lip print has been given a checked makeover to create a chic autumnal feel – we love it!

Although this tee isn’t available to buy just yet, you can get your hands on an equally fabulous substitute by clicking (right).

Alternatively, get lippy in one of the T-shirts from Reclaimed Vintage, Luisa Cerano or Boohoo in the carousel below.

Whether you team favourite design with smart trousers a la Maisie, or dress it up with a leather skirt, you’re bound to receive plenty of compliments!

* PRICES MAY NOT BE AS ADVERTISED

‘I don’t remember what my life was like before this show. I just had no idea, really, of how big it was going to get. And when you’re on the show you are consumed by it and you think it’s a big deal. And then it wasn’t until I stepped outside of my bubble that I realised it was big everywhere.

‘It was overwhelming at the beginning but then you get used to it.’

Maisie has played Arya Stark on the series since she was 11 – she is now 21 – and has survived the series alongside fellow cast member Sophie Turner, who plays sister Sansa Stark.

And Maisie believes Game Of Thrones brought the pair of them together.

Special bond: Sophie, 23, and Maisie, 21, portray sisters Sansa and Arya Stark on the series, with Sophie revealing she has already selected Maisie's outfit for her big day

Special bond: Sophie, 23, and Maisie, 21, portray sisters Sansa and Arya Stark on the series, with Sophie revealing she has already selected Maisie's outfit for her big day

Special bond: Sophie, 23, and Maisie, 21, portray sisters Sansa and Arya Stark on the series, with Sophie revealing she has already selected Maisie’s outfit for her big day

‘Of course, although the show is ending for us as a group of friends it’s just the beginning. Sophie and I say we can’t wait for the rest of our lives – it’s like we got married!

‘It’s one big convoluted way for me and Sophie to meet each other.’

Last week, Sophie revealed that Maisie will be the Maid Of Honour at her upcoming wedding to Joe Jonas.

She told Entertainment Tonight: ‘I don’t know why she’s thinking about [what she’s wearing to my wedding]. I’m giving her the bridesmaid dress! She’s my maid of honor! One of two.’

On reflection: 'I don't remember what my life was like before this show. I just had no idea, really, of how big it was going to get,' she said

On reflection: 'I don't remember what my life was like before this show. I just had no idea, really, of how big it was going to get,' she said

On reflection: ‘I don’t remember what my life was like before this show. I just had no idea, really, of how big it was going to get,’ she said

She added: 'When you're on the show you are consumed by it and you think it's a big deal. And then it wasn't until I stepped outside of my bubble that I realised it was big everywhere'

She added: 'When you're on the show you are consumed by it and you think it's a big deal. And then it wasn't until I stepped outside of my bubble that I realised it was big everywhere'

She added: ‘When you’re on the show you are consumed by it and you think it’s a big deal. And then it wasn’t until I stepped outside of my bubble that I realised it was big everywhere’

On how things could have been very different if she had gone on her school trip to a pig farm, instead of to the audition, Maisie told Christine: ‘I desperately wanted to go on the school trip instead and a good job I didn’t, I wouldn’t be here now!’ 

She continued: ‘For [GOT] to still be as big as it was three seasons or four seasons, even bigger now, it’s quite incredible for a show to do that. I’m honoured to be part of it.

‘It’s a really good time in my own life, at 21 nearly 22, everybody my age is like leaving Uni and they are trying to figure out what the want to do with the rest of their life. I feel like I’ve just graduated the school of acting. Now I want to figure out what I want to do for the rest of my career.

‘It’s like one chapter ending and a new one opening, which is really exciting.’

What's in store? 'The last chapter was really beautiful and I'm going to miss it,' she told Christine Lampard. 'It's really strange; now, in this final season, is when I've done the most reflecting and looking back on the first season'

What's in store? 'The last chapter was really beautiful and I'm going to miss it,' she told Christine Lampard. 'It's really strange; now, in this final season, is when I've done the most reflecting and looking back on the first season'

What’s in store? ‘The last chapter was really beautiful and I’m going to miss it,’ she told Christine Lampard. ‘It’s really strange; now, in this final season, is when I’ve done the most reflecting and looking back on the first season’

Speaking about her new ventures, she said: 'I created my own company last year, called Daisy, with the hopes of helping other people start a career themselves, whether it be whether it be film, fashion, music, photography, art, literature'

Speaking about her new ventures, she said: 'I created my own company last year, called Daisy, with the hopes of helping other people start a career themselves, whether it be whether it be film, fashion, music, photography, art, literature'

Speaking about her new ventures, she said: ‘I created my own company last year, called Daisy, with the hopes of helping other people start a career themselves, whether it be whether it be film, fashion, music, photography, art, literature’

Speaking about her new ventures, she said: ‘I created my own company last year, called Daisy, with the hopes of helping other people start a career themselves, whether it be whether it be film, fashion, music, photography, art, literature. We wanted creative industries to have a hub and a place to go to call on like-minded people and create their own projects.

‘With lots of things, I’ve never really planned what’s happened so far and I don’t know what I’m going to do with the next ten years of my life… but I am very ambitious and I have my fingers crossed and am jumping into the future really.’

On the downside of fame, she added: ‘Social media has completely consumed the younger generation… it was something that was really amplified for me when I was growing up in the pubic eye and having a stream of basically people’s opinions of you. It’s quite damaging sometimes. Learning how to navigate that was something I had to do quite quickly and almost sort of let go of and not take it too seriously. Just trust whatever I wanted to do was the right decision and not let it affect you.’

Link hienalouca.com

(Просмотров всего: 56 Время, 1 визитов за день)

Leave a Reply