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Olivia Cooke was worried that her feet fetish scene from House of The Dragon would end up on ‘various’ sites



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Fans know that the Game of Thrones franchise does not shy away from showing off sexual proclivities, and the prequel House of The Dragon is following quite closely in the footsteps of its predecessor. From trips to the Flea Bottom’s pleasure houses to the NSFW murals on the walls of the Targaryen household, the show (and the franchise in general) has depicted erotic fantasies of all kinds. One of the weirdest ones includes Ser Larys Strong (Matthew Needham), the Lord of Harrenhal, working on behalf of Alicent Hightower.

Larys Strong is the main source of information for the Greens, and in one of the scenes in episode 9, he comes to Alicent Hightower while she is scheming her next move. However, he hints that information is not free, and Alicent removes her shoes to which Larys reveals that Mysaria, the White Worm had a network of spies that Viserys knew about and kept in place because it was useful. He then goes on to enjoy himself looking at her feet.

Episode 9 reveals Larys Strong’s weird fetish

Actress Olivia Cooke, who plays Alicent, recently talked to Variety, and said, “It is wild because there are beheadings, people getting their cocks cut off, graphic violence, and brothel scenes, but getting my feet out and him wanking off, that’s the most shocking. It’s funny, isn’t it?”

“I knew on the day, I didn’t want this to be gratuitous at all because I know my feet will end up on various sites. It’s wild how you can’t predict which scenes people have the biggest reactions to, and unfortunately, it was that one.”

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