Sophie Turner and co-stars plan Game of Thrones tattoo
Sophie Turner and her 'Game of Thrones' co-stars are planning to get matching tattoos to commemorate their time on the show.
The 20-year-old actress - who portrays Sansa Stark in the HBO fantasy drama - already has a small inking on her finger to remind her of her family when she's away working, and she's planning to get another digit etched with a design based on the programme's logo.
And if she does go ahead with the tattoo, so too will Kit Harington, who plays her recently-resurrected brother Jon Snow, Maisie Williams, who portrays her sister Arya Stark, and Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen).
She said: "A few of us - me, Kit, Emilia, and Maisie, we were all thinking of getting the O with the three lines in it from the logo. We were thinking of getting that on our little finger, our little pinky.
"So I want that or I'm thinking of getting a smiley face on the bottom of my big toe just because I thought that would be really funny."
When her time on the show finally does come to an end, Sophie can't wait to spend some time in the sun as producers have banned her from getting a tan while she's still involved with the series.
She told Just Jared: "I'd love to be able to tan. I used to be able to tan really easily and then for 'Game of Thrones', they were like, 'Don't go in the sun. Don't go on holiday. And if you are on holiday, sit under an umbrella.' I'd love a tan one time. That would be fun."
While Sophie has no idea what is in store for her alter ego, she'd love for her to ultimately be killed off, and also wants to see Littlefinger aka Petyr Baelish (Aiden Gillan) claim the Iron Throne.
She said: "I want her to get revenge. I want her to avenge her family's death and everything.
"But then I kind of want her to die at the end because I want a big death scene.
"I want her to die and I want Littlefinger to end up on the throne. I don't really care about anyone else.
"[How should she die?] Something that will last a good episode, like poisoning, you can really drag that one out. Just a long slow death."