We’ve had enough theories about Game of Thrones, and many of them, although brilliant enough, did not come true. Popular theories do the rounds when the show drops some subtle hints, and very recently, one of them was of Sansa Stark being pregnant with Ramsay Bolton‘s child. Though there have been many fans who have tried to make this theory convincing, a Game of Thrones actor just brushed off the whole thing, making it clear that she isn’t pregnant after all. Ramsay Bolton, right before dying in the latest episode, said to Sansa that he’s ‘part of her now‘, which made people think that Sansa could be carrying his child. But it seems that this is not a possibility.
Liam Cunningham, who plays Ser Davos of House Seaworth, has just revealed that there is no valid claim to support this theory. While speaking to The Huffington Post, he said, “Unless he’s got one of those Game of Thrones pregnancy sticks, he’s not gonna know. I think, I would imagine, it’s open to whatever you want it to be, but I think he’s saying he’s put himself into her head. That’s what I took from it. She’s never gonna get rid of him because of what he’s done to her. He knows what he’s done to her. It was off camera, what he was doing to her, but we all know what it was. But I think he’s placed himself in her soul for all the wrong reasons.”
Based on what Cunningham has said, it makes a lot of sense since many other fans also support the fact that Ramsay left a lifelong impact on Sansa, giving her enough mental and physical torment for her to remember him. He knows that Sansa has faced extreme amounts of torture at his hands, and in normal circumstances, it is completely possible for her to be left with emotional as well as physical scars. So unless Ramsay has some sort of magic up his sleeve, which is quite elusive considering he’s hardly the Red Priestess material, its safe to say that Sansa isn’t pregnant.
We can now rest assured that Sansa is not going to birth the spawn of Satan (who might just be a much better person than Ramsay, but just for argument’s sake). Let’s say the ‘Sansa is pregnant’ debate can rest now.