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Emilia Clarke tried to steal her Game of Thrones wig

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Emilia Clarke tried to steal her Game of Thrones wig

Emilia Clarke tried to steal her Game of Thrones wig

Emilia Clarke tried to steal her Game of Thrones wig The actress - who played Daenerys Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons, in the hit HBO fantasy drama series - wanted a memento from her time on the show but she didn't manage to convince bosses to let her take her locks.

She quipped to Access Hollywood: However, Emilia did manage to take an arrow from the set with her.

Speaking on the red carpet at the Emmys, she shared: There is one thing Emilia won't miss about her costume - the corset.

She explained:

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