Sophie Turner's Game Of Thrones tattoo SPOILED season eight for fans as she revealed the fate of the pack
- WARNING: Contains spoilers
Sophie Turner's Game Of Thrones inking ruined season eight for fans as she unveiled 'the packs survives'.
The Game Of Thrones star, who played Sansa Stark in the HBO series, hit back at moaning fans as she insisted she hadn't spoiled the show with her tattoo at the time she showed it off last year.
Now, however, it is apparent the 23-year-old actress had dropped the biggest spoiler of all when she revealed her tattoo featuring the image of a dire wolf on her forearm with the words: 'The pack survives.'
Well that's awkward: Sophie Turner's Game Of Thrones tattoo SPOILED season eight for fans as revealed the fate of the pack (pictured in May 2019, New York City)
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Sophie enlisted the help of tattoo artist Lauren Winzer in Australia to achieve the incredible inking she wanted.
And fans up-to-date with the series will know the pack did indeed survive, as Sophie revealed last year.
Awkward: She revealed her tattoo featuring the image of a dire wolf on her forearm with the words: 'The pack survives.'
However, in the dramatic final, the Stark family went their separate ways in an emotional sequence that reduced fans to tears.
Bran was named king of the six kingdoms, Sansa (Turner) became Queen in the North while Arya (Maisie Williams) headed out to explore unknown territory.
In the shock twist, the rightful heir to the Iron Throne Jon was exiled for murdering his love Dany.
Jon was handed the punishment to live out the rest of his days with the Night's Watch, take no wife and father no children for the murder of the Mad Queen.
Previously, Sophie admitted she regretted revealing her Game Of Thrones tattoo as it led fans to believe she had spoiled the eighth and final season.
In an interview with Digital Spy last year, the star joked the inking was 'probably not a good idea' after sparking an the angry reaction from viewers because they feared she had given away the ending.
Spoiler! In the dramatic final, the pack survived but the Stark family went their separate ways in an emotional sequence that reduced fans to tears (pictured as character Sansa Stark)
While Sophie confirmed the quote was a line from season seven, the tattoo led fans to believe the Starks come out of the show alive which kicked off a flurry of complaints she had spoiled the entire series.
She explained: 'A few years ago, I dyed my hair blonde for another role that I was doing. Everyone thought I was a Targaryen all of a sudden. So they’ve used a couple of the slightest things [to form fan theories]. But it’s actually really exciting.
'Game of Thrones is all about theories. So the more we can conjure up, the better it is. The more exciting it makes it, the more unpredictable it makes it.'
'But yeah, definitely that tattoo was probably not a good idea, because everyone thought that I’d given away the end. But I haven’t. It’s a quote from last season.'
Sophie had addressed the tattoo on The Late Late Show on Thursday night as she explained many had advised her against it, out of fear fans would be sent into a frenzy.
'People advised me not to': Sophie had fiercely defended the tattoo last year after fans speculated that she had spoiled the show's final season
The SAG Award nominee told James Corden: 'When I was getting it done, people advised me not to because it looked like I was giving everything away.
'But I wasn't! It's just a quote from [my monologue during] last season, but everyone figures that the pack really does survive, but it's just a moral that I like to live by.'
Sophie, whose character used to own a dire wolf called Lady before the dog was executed by Queen Cersei, then joked: 'I'll just get [the ending] tattooed on my forehead next time.'
Fate: Bran was named king of the six kingdoms, Sansa (Turner) became Queen in the North while Arya (Maisie Williams) headed out to explore unknown territory
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