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Emilia Clarke Reveals One Regret About Final 'Game of Thrones' Season

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Emilia Clarke Reveals One Regret About Final 'Game of Thrones' Season

Emilia Clarke Reveals One Regret About Final 'Game of Thrones' Season

Emilia Clarke Reveals One Regret About Final 'Game of Thrones' Season The "Mother of Dragons" admits she wishes she kept a piece of the HBO's show production set.

I didn’t take anything, and I deeply regret it, and I’m very annoyed.

I’m really hoping that the showrunners give me a dragon.

In an interview with 'Variety,' the 32-year-old admits it is taking awhile for her to admit the show has ended.

It’s been almost a year in post (production), and it’s taken me that long to come to terms with it.

Where are my dragons?

That famous line.

Where the hell are they?

It felt deeply emotional.

Clarke goes on to say that playing Daenerys Targaryen helped her get through two brain aneurysms while on the show.

Walking in (Daenerys') shoes, I just put so much more into each season because it really was life or death.

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