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House of the Dragon’s Olivia Cooke thanks “all the gays and the women” for their support




The next season of House of the Dragon, which has garnered praise from critics for its faithful portrayal of characters from Fire & Blood, will leave viewers eager to see what becomes of the dowager Queen Alicent Hightower. Actress Olivia Cooke, who plays the role, recently appeared at the London Comic Con Winter, and declared her love for her women and gay fans.

Olivia Cooke meets fans at the London Comic Con Winter

House of the Dragon star Olivia Cooke recently visited the London Comic Con Winter, where she interacted with fans. While being greeted by the fans, a fan told her how much the LGBTQ+ community supports her, to which she replied: “As long as I’ve got the gays and the women then that’s all I care about”.

More pictures of Olivia Cooke from London Comic Con Winter

Kit Harington also attended the London Comic Con Winter

Game of Thrones star Kit Harington also attended the con, where he took pictures with the fans while interacting with them. Here are a few snaps of him from the con:

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