If anything has been clarified since the end of Game of Thrones in May, fans are seriously disappointed with how the show ended more than a handful of storylines. However, it was found that at least one of these characters had almost a different plot, which could have made them much more interesting in later episodes.
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What did Lena say? Headey about Cersei Lannister's miscarriage? Cersei Lannister's miscarriage at a comic congress in Germany in June 2019. The scene was due to be released in the penultimate season.
"We shot a scene that never made it to Season 7, where I lost the baby. And it was a really traumatic, great moment for Cersei and it never did, "she said. "And I loved doing that because I thought it would have helped her otherwise."
She continued, "Of course we're not sure why the creators of the series scrapped the scene, but we can not It's not interesting to at least think about how that moment could have changed things. "
From whom was Cersei Lannister pregnant?
She seemed to be pregnant by her brother Jaime Lannister. But she told Euron Greyjoy that he was the father who legitimized the child next in line for the throne. Yes, just like when she was married to King Robert Baratheon.
What happened to Cersei Lannister's other children?
Lannister had three children: Prince Joffrey, Myrcella and Tommen.
Prince Joffrey died of poisoning wine. But he let it come, whoever you ask. Joffrey killed people (we miss you, Ned Stark), tortured people, abused women and so on.
Myrcella was also poisoned. Ellaria Sand killed her in revenge on Lannister for the death of her lover Oberyn Martell.
Tommen committed suicide after Lannister killed his friends and wife Margaery.
Baratheon testified of all children. Jaime, however, was the birth father.
How did Cersei Lannister die?
She died with her brother when Daenerys Targaryen rained on King's Landing Dragonfire. Her other brother, Tyrion, found her later, crushed by stones.
The fans were furious with Cersei's death, hoping that one of their many rivals would brutally kill her.
Even Headey expressed some dissatisfaction with the death.
"Obviously, you're dreaming of your death," said Headey to the Guardian of the scene. "You could in any way join this show. So I was gutted somehow. But I just think that they could not have liked everyone. No matter what they've done, I think there's going to be a big comedown on the rise. Although it is unclear what effect Cersei Lannister's miscarriage would have had on the show, it is interesting to consider where it might have been taken. Well.