'Game of Thrones' Season 7 spoiler: Sansa Stark yearns for power

'Game of Thrones' Season 7 spoiler: Sansa Stark yearns for power

'Game of Thrones' Season 7 spoiler: Sansa Stark yearns for power

The natural blonde, who plays Sansa Stark on the show, had returned to her red hair and stunned in a sequined Louis Vuitton mini and an expert cat eye.

Isaac Hempstead Wright who plays Bran Stark said his character will find himself in a predicament in the new series. She has undoubtedly come out stronger and more clear of mind than any other character.

As such, Sansa's anguished look implies that the fact that Jon appears to accept the position of King of the North with absolutely no reference to Sansa, whose efforts (with her writing a letter in secret to Lord Baelish to ask for his support in the form of extra troops) won the Battle of the Bastards, must have bred some resentment.

However, When she arrived at the House of Black and White in season five, her story stagnated.

Essentially now a political prisoner in the capital, as her brother Robb Stark marches south as the War of the Five Kings begins, Sansa is allowed within the Royal Court but is taunted by Joffrey, especially as he prepares to marry Margaery Tyrell, and toyed with by Cersei.

Could Turner be referring to the rising tensions between Sansa and Jon Snow?

Aidan Gillen arrives at the LA Premiere of'Game of Thrones
Aidan Gillen arrives at the LA Premiere of'Game of Thrones

Turner won't spill the beans on the possibility of a Sansa/Arya reunion in season 7, but if it did happen, she would be thrilled.

With Sansa's evident growth in the series, many fans are nodding at the notion that she might just be the most qualified person to rule Westeros.

Sophie Turner revealed that her character takes a dark turn following Jon Snow's proclamation as the new King of the North.

But even though she is now no longer a captive, she is more vulnerable more than ever. While married to Ramsay, Theon was constantly turning Sansa into him for wanting to escape Winterfell. Sansa does find a friend in Margaery and briefly is courted by her grandmother, the cunning Olenna Tyrell aka the "Queen of Thorns", who Sansa is fearless enough to admit Joffrey, Margaery's future husband, is "a monster".

They spoke to reporters and the press of their excitement for the season to finally come out. "It gets past sibling squabbling, it gets into two people power struggling". "We put together people in situations where we knew the paparazzi was around so they'd take photos, and that would get on the internet to fake scenes". Now, three of the four said she should rule Winterfell and the great Jon Snow (Kit Harington) told Entertainment Weekly that Sansa should be on the Iron Throne and Jon back at The Wall.

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