Published: Sat, August 19, 2017
Culture | By Henry Herrera

'Game of Thrones': Kit Harington Pretends to Be Dragon in Outtake

'Game of Thrones': Kit Harington Pretends to Be Dragon in Outtake

Emilia Clarke, who plays the Mother of Dragons on the HBO hit show, posted a video to Instagram on Thursday that just seals the deal on the inter-species love. Last week, Jon Snow - who still doesn't know he's actually a secret Targaryen, because, plot - came face to face with Dany's fiercest dragon, Drogon, and the two had a moment that actually took our breath away.

Even better, it means two of the most attractive Game of Thrones cast members, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington, finally get to work together.

The next installment of the series - which is on track to be the most-watched TV series of all time - airs early Monday 21 August in the UK.

"I mean, JEEEZE, one pet of a dragon and he thinks he's one of them", she wrote, referring to the recent Thrones scene that showed Kit Harington's Jon Snow getting extremely pally with one of Daenerys' dragons.

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You can hear Clarke's giggles as she shoots Harington using his cloak to "fly" in the strong winds, dragon-style.

"I wanted a hat when we were shooting in Iceland", he said. "Animals go on the smell of something", he said in an HBO clip.

Warning: Some "Game of Thrones" spoilers ahead. "If you're coming up to a horse, you want it to sniff you before it trusts you".

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