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Alicent’s pregnancy remedy takes House of the Dragon fans by surprise

What would happen if Criston Cole finds out?

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Many anticipated revenge, betrayal, sex, and bloody wars from House of the Dragon season 2. However, Alicent and Criston Cole’s passionate relationship was an unexpected twist for most fans. In the recent episode, Alicent’s attempts to conceal the consequences of her affair were evident.

Alicent drinks Moon Tea to abort Criston Cole’s child

In House of the Dragon Season 2 Episode 4, we find out Alicent Hightower is pregnant with Criston Cole’s child. In order to hide the pregnancy, she decides to abort the child by drinking Moon Tea, a popular concoction in Westeros used for the purpose.

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Fans call out Alicent for her hypocrisy

Alicent drinking Moon Tea to get rid of Criston Cole’s child mirrors what happened to young Rhaenyra in Season 1 after King Viserys finds out about her night adventures. Fans were shocked to see her in this condition and said:

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07/22/2024 06:52 pm GMT
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