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Fabien Frankel (Criston) stays loyal to Greens and insists Olivia Cooke (Alicent) wear a Green cap



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The final episode of Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon was quite eventful. While Princess Rhaenyra was crowned the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms using her father King Viserys’ crown, Prince Aegon II was declared as the King in King’s Landing. However, no such crowning moment was ever held for Queen Alicent, but it seems like she finally got the crown she deserved from one of her most trusted allies, at least in real life.

House of the Dragon cast reunites in Ecuador

The cast of House of the Dragon is a close-knit bunch. After months of grueling sessions, a bunch of them got together to celebrate the successful wrap of filming the second season of House of the Dragon in Ecuador. The cast and their friends took a few pictures and clips on their trip, one of which shows Fabien Frankel (Criston Cole) giving a green cap to Olivia Cooke (Alicent Hightower).

A number of other cast members were also present including Phia Saban (Helaena) and Matt Smith (Daemon) at the venue (via @thinkercooke).

But it seems like she finally settled for red.

Some more pictures and clips from their vacation

Fans bow down to the Green Queen

After fans saw Fabien Frankel passing the green cap to Olivia, they began to relate them to their on-screen counterparts. Some of the replies to the post are as follows:

🔥🐉 Embark on a riveting journey through Westeros with our Game of Thrones themed games – 🔡Hodordle | 🐲 Flappy Dragon. You can also interact with fans of the show on our Discord group🔥🐉

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