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Sophie Turner sees great things in Sansa Stark’s future.
Turner’s “Game of Thrones” character perhaps had one of the better endings. The actress only sees good things from there on out. “No wars, no battles. I see her leading until she’s very old,” she told the Los Angeles Times. “I don’t see her getting married or having children.”
“I think it would be a democratic kind of kingdom,” Turner continued. “She’d die of old age, very happy.”
Turner, 23, also discussed how her time on “GoT” in someways mirrored Sansa’s maturation. “I started when I was 13 and Sansa was 11, I think,” the actress expressed. “She’s been my whole life.”
“Sansa’s being thrown in the deep end in this world she doesn’t understand,” Turner explained, comparing it to her hard and fast relationship with Hollywood. “She doesn’t have any perspective other than a [kid] looking through rose-tinted glasses. That was kind of me.”
“Then, being around Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey and all these incredible actors — Charles Dance — I started to find my footing,” she added. “Sansa did the same thing, learning these politics and how to fit in, absorbing all this information from all these great manipulators.”
Turner all-in-all appeared in 59 episodes of “GoT”. The series wrapped up in May.