The performer of Arya Stark from "Game of Thrones" thought her character was a queer.

The performer of Arya Stark from "Game of Thrones" thought her character was a queer.
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Macy Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the hit series "Game of Thrones," admitted that she always thought her character was queer. She also noted that she was "surprised" by her character's choice on the eve of the main battle.
The first time Arya really surprised me, I think it was in the finale where she rips her clothes off and sleeps with Gendry. I assumed Arya was a quirk, you know? So... yeah. It was a surprise," the actress revealed.
Recall that Williams turned 22 when the final season aired on HBO. Up until that point, Arya hadn't had any love scenes, but apparently the character decided it was now or never, given the chances of surviving the Battle of Winterfell.
Recall that fans of the "Game of Thrones" series are waiting for the development of the story of the development of the lands of Westeros - "House of the Dragon," which will tell about the events that took place a few hundred years earlier. The show, which is scheduled to premiere on August 21, 2022, will be a very important project for HBO, hoping to recapture some of the "magic" of "Game of Thrones," which generated more than a billion dollars in revenue from 2011 to 2019.
Game of Thrones.
A series based on the work of American writer George R.R. Martin. A total of eight seasons were filmed, the output of each of which became a real world event. "Game of Thrones" ended before Martin had even finished working on the literary source material. The show has won many prestigious awards, including the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Golden Globe Award.