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Game of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer Secretly Welcomed her First Child in January

Even though the world is currently fighting the COVID pandemic, good news keeps rushing in for Game of Thrones fans. The fantasy epic completed 10 years of its run in April this year, and the prequel House of The Dragon has begun production. And this year we had another Game of Thrones baby, much to everyone’s surprise. Actress Natalie Dormer has given birth to a baby daughter, her first child with partner David Oakes.

Her daughter was born in January and has been kept a secret, shared only with family and close friends. But the news will surely delight her fans. Natalie, 39, does not use social media. She broke the news to her friend Esther Rantzen on her That’s After Life podcast, produced by Captive Minds, released on Wednesday.

It’s the perfect thing to do during a pandemic – get pregnant, have a baby,” joked Natalie. “I feel like I’m probably being a bit of a cliché, she’ll probably be sitting in a bar in 30 years’ time one day going, “Yeah, I’m a COVID baby”. I think there’s going to be lots of COVID babies because what else can people do, maybe like blitz babies?”

She added, “She’s just three months and she’s an absolute joy, I’m never going to complain about shooting hours ever again because sleep deprivation is something else.”

“People say, “Your whole perspective on life will change, and your whole set of value system” and you sort of roll your eyes and go “yeah, yeah” – and then you have one and you go, “Oh. Wow!”

Send your best wishes to the cute little family in the comments below!

After waiting for nearly a year, Game of Thrones fans finally have some good news. HBO has made it official- House of The Dragon is ready to take flight. The highly awaited Game of Thrones prequel began production last week. Also, the rumours have been confirmed, the news about the series being filmed in Cornwall is actually true! The show’s stars Matt Smith and Emma D’Arcy were spotted filming on Holywell Beach in Cornwall.

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The prequel caused quite a buzz in the last few days when the official Twitter handle of Game of Thrones announced the beginning of production. It didn’t take much time for the locals at Cornwall to leak photos and videos from the set. The Daily Mail released a leaked video of the crew and the stars Matt and Emma filming in full costume. Check it out here!

Smith and D’Arcy are in full regal Targaryen costuming for shooting. They’re wearing silver-blond wigs with styling that is reminiscent of Game of Thrones’ Daenerys and Viserys. The actors shared a scene, speaking together on the beach. Then it appeared that D’Arcy strolled towards the water when the characters finished talking.

The crew was busy setting up the set; a broken hull and a leftover wreck. It looks likely that this site is serving as Driftmark and the home of the Velaryons.

What are your speculations about the leaked video and images? Tell us in the comments below!

Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams, famous for playing Arya Stark on the show, will be representing WWF on an international level. Williams has become the first global ambassador for climate and nature for wildlife charity WWF. She appeared in a WWF video highlighting the importance of battling climate change.

Maisie said, “My personal goal is to show people everywhere that each and every one of us plays a vital role in making a difference. I am honoured and excited to be working with WWF. Together we will give the opportunity for people to learn about critical parts of the natural world that are most at risk. And how we can all personally make a difference and preserve them for future generations.”

I want to showcase the fight back against climate change. Including how we can turn around the crisis in our oceans. Which are home to such extraordinary diversity of life and sustain us all.”

She continued, “Through my history of learning about our sustainable future. I have recognised that climate change is often interpreted as an overwhelming force. But my personal goal is to show people everywhere that each and every one of us plays a vital role in making a difference.”

“From small daily life changes, through to supporting larger campaigns directed at a government level for policy change. We can all join the many incredible activists who are working every day to impact change.”

Game of Thrones actors have always strived towards creating a better sustainable future for our planet. How are you working towards saving our environment? Tell us in the comments below!

HBO has kept fantasy lovers from all around the world on their toes ever since House of The Dragon was teased in their programming line-up. Well, the wait is finally over (though partially). HBO’s official Twitter handle finally gave the nod that the Game of Thrones prequel has started filming.

HBO has finally put all the doubts to rest by releasing a series of tweets regarding the commencement of production. They have also released photos of various cast members reading the official script.

The official Game of Thrones account made the announcement, followed by a number of fire 🔥 emoji Tweets. The simple message read: “Fire will reign”: “HoTD is in production as of today. “

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The @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon is officially in production. Coming soon to @HBOMax in 2022. pic.twitter.com/tPX8n2IvGW

— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) April 26, 2021

The official House of The Dragon Twitter handle made it even more clear. They released individual pictures of the cast members busy at work sitting together in a room while maintaining COVID protocols.

The Tweets were as follows:

Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen.

Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen.
The @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon is officially in production and coming to @HBOMax in 2022. pic.twitter.com/7TLn4cSru5

— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) April 26, 2021

Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower.

Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower.
The @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon is officially in production and coming to @HBOMax in 2022. pic.twitter.com/FOUBieuhE5

— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) April 26, 2021

Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen.

Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen.
The @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon is officially in production and coming to @HBOMax in 2022. pic.twitter.com/lZ4ERgAy5H

— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) April 26, 2021

Steve Toussaint as The Sea Snake.

Steve Toussaint as The Sea Snake.
The @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon is officially in production and coming to @HBOMax in 2022. pic.twitter.com/9jq1O6wEA6

— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) April 26, 2021

Rhys Ifans as Otto Hightower.

Rhys Ifans as Otto Hightower.
The @HBO original series #HouseoftheDragon is officially in production and coming to @HBOMax in 2022. pic.twitter.com/bzqrG1vYic

— House of the Dragon (@HouseofDragon) April 26, 2021

What’s more surprising is that these Tweets were released just a few days after rumoured photos of the prequel being filmed at Cornwall were leaked. Do you feel there’s a connection between the two? Well, for all we know, House of The Dragon should be on our screens by 2022 at its current pace.

Are you excited about the Game of Thrones prequel? Tell us in the comments below!