Actress Lena Headey, who portrays the queen of Westeros, posted a cryptic message on Twitter recently that could give clues about what’s to come for the character.
The 43-year-old British star tweeted to her million followers on the social media platform: “I can only move forward with forgiveness and compassion… no other way, all roads become a dead end when approached with fear/ignorance.”
Could her words suggest that Cersei is going to be forgiving her enemies as the Night King (played by Vladimir Furdik) and his army of the undead approaches?
Or could she forgive her brother and lover Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) after he makes the decision to head North and form an alliance with her mortal foes Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke)?
However, Lena’s tweet could also be a reference to recently getting hacked on Instagram by a troll and having her profile set to private.
From her Twitter timeline, Lena’s account appeared to have been compromised on September 4 after she wrote: “SOMEONE HACKED ME AND MADE IT PRIVATE.”
She later followed up with a second post, announcing that she’d set up a new Instagram profile, saying: “lenaheadey73 … insta .. go .. it’s new .. starting over.”
Game of Thrones season eight is currently in production and plot details remain under wraps, but it isn’t looking good for Cersei who broke her truce with Jon and Daenerys at the last moment and is planning to maintain control of the Seven Kingdoms.
A leaked season seven finale outline also suggested that Cersei’s pregnancy was indeed real, however hinted that it was risky one that could prove fatal for the baby.
There have also been many theories circulating about Jon and Daenerys and whether they have conceived a child together in the season seven finale.
Unfortunately, the pair do not know that they are in fact related through their shared Targaryen bloodlines, making them nephew and aunt.
Star Kit, 30, teased fans about the possibility that he could be a father when he was grilled by one Game of Thrones fan.
Game of Thrones is expected to return to screens in 2018.