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Hannah Waddingham kept the iconic bell used in the ‘Shame’ scene from Game of Thrones

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There are times when we move on with life, carrying memories of our experiences with us. Some memories dig deep into our hearts, and we want to keep a piece of them alive. The same is true for actors. Each role becomes a new memoir for them. And how can one resist when they have been part of a series as amazing as Game of Thrones? Recently, in an interview with Kelly Clarkson, Emmy winner Hannah Waddingham revealed she was allowed to keep the ‘shame’ bell from Game of Thrones.

I also loved you in Game of Thrones,” the American Idol winner noted. “First of all, I heard that you kept the bell from ‘Shame, Shame.’”

Yes,” Waddingham confirmed.

Clarkson was referring to the famous scene involving Waddingham’s character, Septa Unella, in which she paraded a naked Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) through the streets of King’s Landing. So, it isn’t surprising that Clarkson called that prop “kind of messed up” to have.

As for Waddingham? It was the perfect send-off gift. “That’s when you know your character is really dead,” she quipped, “when they give you the hero thing. ‘And thank you very much and goodbye.’”

“I feel like I’ve been very lucky that these huge shows have just gone ‘come in and do this.’”

Which prop from Game of Thrones would you have taken home? Talk to us in the comments below!

 

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