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‘Everyone was broken at the end’ of Game of Thrones – Kit Harington

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‘Everyone was broken at the end’ of Game of Thrones – Kit Harington

‘Everyone was broken at the end’ of Game of Thrones – Kit Harington

The final season of Game of Thrones was especially gruelling, according to Jon Snow, aka Kit Harington.

Kit Harington, known by fans as Jon Snow, says that “The last season of Thrones,” he told the media, “seemed to be designed to break us”.

The Emmy-nominated star, 32, told GQ Australia that filming Season 8 of the HBO series, set to premiere in April 2019, was excruciating.

“Everyone was broken at the end,” Harington, said. “I don’t know if we were crying because we were sad it was ending or if we were crying because it was so (expletive) tiring. We were sleep-deprived,” he went on to say. “It was like it was designed to make you think, right, I’m (expletive) sick of this. I remember everyone walking around towards the end going, ‘I’ve had enough now. I love this, it’s been the best thing in my life, I’ll miss it one day – but I’m done’.”

Harington however, will always be appreciative of his time on set filming the HBO hit drama. After all, it helped his career take off in his twenties and introduced him to his “future family,” his now wife Rose Leslie.

Harington is grateful to the show for bringing his bride into his life.

“I thank the show for everything. But more than anything else, I thank it for introducing me to her,” he said of Leslie, who played his love interest during the second and third seasons.

The Englishman also opened up about how excited he is to be at home more with Leslie, who played Ygritte.

“I think people who don’t work in film or TV don’t realise quite how disorientating it is, being away from home all the time,” he explained.

“Coming [to the hotel] today and seeing all the people cycling into work, it seemed in my head a real luxury. Which must sound mad. But the process of going to work, having a day with your colleagues, coming back to your family, cooking, having stuff in the fridge… It sounds odd to say, but it’s the thing I’m looking forward to most. After nine years, I’ll be at home. In one place. Static.”

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