Emilia Clarke Had a Swoony Reunion with Game of Thrones Loves Jason Momoa and Kit Harington


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There’s no love lost between Emilia Clarke and her Game of Thrones beaus Jason Momoa and Kit Harington. The actress shared an adorable snap of the three all hanging out together to celebrate her birthday, which took place on Oct. 23., and Clarke captioned the pic, “Reunions never looked this hairy.” She also added a few fun hashtags, like #anyexcuseforamomoasandwich to commemorate having both of her on-screen flames together like this.

Momoa and Harington of course played Clarke’s most significant love interests on Game of Thrones, and chances are, their characters might have a thing or two to say to one another if they’d ever met. No doubt, Khal Drogo wouldn’t care too much for the way Jon Snow treated Daenerys Targaryen at the very end, but for the actors, it’s obviously just all fun and dragons when they get together in real life.

Clarke and Momoa also appeared together on Friday’s edition of The Graham Norton Show to promote their individual projects — Clarke’s holiday-themed romantic film Last Christmas and Momoa’s new AppleTV+ series See, respectively — and they had a lot of fun with it. Camila Cabello losing her mind over seeing them together again was an incredibly relatable moment.

To complement their reunion on the show, Momoa posted a few screengrabs of the two, alongside Watchmen‘s Regina King, and kept it in character when he wrote, “I love u my Khalessi. Happy birthday love.” My sun and my stars indeed!

See premieres on AppleTV+ Nov. 1, and Last Christmas hits theaters on Nov. 8. Game of Thrones Seasons 1-8 are available to stream on HBO.

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