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Rhaenyra Targaryen might visit King’s Landing secretly in House of the Dragon Season 2



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Everything we’ve grown to love about the Game of Thrones series was beautifully shown in the first season of House of the Dragon. Dragons, of course, but also love, passion, longing, sadness, terror, gore, and deception. The first season of the Targaryen drama was widely praised by viewers and critics, and fans can’t wait for the second season. Recently, one more leak regarding the filming has come to light.

Rhaenyra Targaryen will visit her home in House of the Dragon Season 2

The filming of House of the Dragon Season 2 has taken place in a myriad of locations. While primarily, the filming has been going on at the Leavesden Studios, UK, several important shots were also shot at Bourne Woods and Spain. According to a recent leak by House the Dragons fansite, Emma D’arcy, who plays Rhaenyra Targaryen, recorded scenes on the set of the streets of King’s Landing, disguised in a cape and accompanied by an old man. The scene was directed by Loni Peristere (EP7) last week.

The Gold Cloaks were seen at Leavesden

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At Leavesden Studios, a lot of nighttime shots have recently been filmed. It’s interesting to note that one of these scenes takes place close to the Red Keep and involves several Gold Cloaks. Given that he founded them, do they assist Daemon with the Blood & Cheese incident?

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