Khal Drogo Dedicates Cute Instagram Post To His Khaleesi Following GoT Episode
With HBO's Game of Thrones killing off characters pretty much weekly, it must be hard for the former actors and actresses of the show to sit back and watch all the drama unfold, on a show that they were once a part of.
However, whilst some may prefer to sit on the sidelines and watch, there is a particular former character who has been rather vocal about his reactions to some of the best moments of the new series.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD
Jason Momoa, who played Khal Drogo, former of leader of the Dothraki people, recently shared a photo on Instagram, where he captioned a super cute supportive message to his wife and tribe during their epic battle in episode four of season seven.
Jason wrote: "F*CK ME. It's been so hard for me not to talk about the greatest show on earth. And I don't want to spoil anything for anyone so I have been taking it easy on the posts.
"But holy sh*t, that was intense. Wish I was there to fuck sh*t up. So proud of Dan and David the cast and crew of GOT. Aloha DROGO. DRAKARUS. @emilia_clarke miss [you] mama [you're] a badass, super proud."
The post refers to the scene, in which the Dothraki tribe advance on an unsuspecting Lannister army, before Daenerys appears in the sky riding one of her dragons, and proceeds to burn the sh*t out of virtually everyone.
It's ultimate girl power.
Jason Momoa has always been super proud of his on-screen wife, who he describes as 'badass'.
He posted a photo of Drogon, with the caption: "Dear DROGON, Wish we would have met. I think we have a lot in common. Unfortunately your mother killed me with a pillow.
"It's hard to explain. But nevertheless I still love her even though she hangs out with lesser men than me. Watch her back trust no one and Kill'm All For me. Yours truly. KHAL muthafuckin DROGO."
Emelia spoke about the death of her on-screen husband last year during an interview on The Graham Norton Show. It sounds like the two of them had a laugh working together...
It's really cool to see him back the show, not to mention how damn cute it is that he is so supportive of fellow actor Emilia Clarke, despite her killing him off on the show. But while he might not be a part of Game of Thrones anymore, he's certainly not doing too badly for himself.
He is due to appear as Aquaman in the upcoming movie about the underwater superhero, which will be released in December this year. But before that premieres, fans will get to see the DC Comics character when Justice League comes out in November, which features Aquaman, Batman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Superman teaming up together.
Written by Stephanie Shaw
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