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Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke wins Harper’s Bazaar’s ‘Woman of the Year’ 2023 Award



Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke is one of the bravest and most dedicated actresses in the film industry. She persisted even though she had two potentially fatal brain aneurysms while filming Game of Thrones. Despite the intense heat and long workdays, she persisted. All because she feared disappointing the showrunners more than her own death. Clarke was recently awarded with Harper’s Bazaar’s ‘Woman of the Year’ 2023.

Emilia Clarke becomes Harper’s Bazaar’s ‘Woman of the Year’ 2023

Clarke’s talent in the acting industry is well known, and her range extends from the multi-season fantasy epic Game of Thrones to indie films like Pod Generation. Among the recipients of this year’s Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards are Emilia Clarke and Jenna Ortega. Oscar winner Olivia Colman, Naomi Watts from King Kong, and actress Kim Cattrall from Sex in the City presented awards at the upscale fashion magazine’s annual ceremony held at London’s Claridge’s Hotel.

Emilia Clarke questioned whether she had turned “unreliable”

Although Clarke had suffered two subarachnoid hemorrhages (SAHs), her fear was of disappointing the showrunners rather than of passing away. She reflected on the experience in a recent interview, saying, “If I’m being brutally honest, the whole thing made me feel very ashamed, like I was broken. As though the producers must think I’m an unreliable person that they’ve hired.”

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