And now the saga has taken a different turn After the alleged perpetrator took responsibility for the incident, it caused quite a stir in the social media during the show's final series.
Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen, accused her co-star Conleth Hill of having allowed the faux pas last month.
But Hill, who played Lord Varys on the show, told British channel 4 channel Sunday Sunday, "You know, there's no proof that I did it. So blame me. "
" I took a shot for Emilia Clarke and she wooed me. "
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Hill also joked, "I just do not comment until I have a lawyer." And joked that the mistake was "definitely not a product placement."
The drama about the coffee cup, which saw eagle eyes on a table in Winterfell's Great Hall, briefly overshadowed the battle for the Iron Throne during the final stretch of the show with fans ridiculing the error and demanding that showrunners reveal the details of who is responsible.
Clarke seemed to solve the puzzle earlier and told Jimmy Fallon last month, "We recently had a party in front of the Emmys and Conleth playing Varys sitting next to me in this scene, pulling me aside and saying," # 39; Emilia, I have to tell you something darling, the coffee cup was mine. "
However, it seems certain that the flat-white-large cup was not purchased in Westeros, as there is a lack of coffee chains on the mythical continent.
HBO responded deftly to the incident and said on Twitter: "The crossbar that emerged in the episode was a mistake." Daenerys had ordered a herbal tea. "