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‘Game of Thrones’ star Lena Headey has thrown Twitter into a tizzy after posting what could be a huge spoiler on her Instagram account.

Warning: this story could contain spoilers, so don’t read on if you’re working your way through the series yourself.

Headey – who plays Cersei Lannister in the epic fantasy series – posted an image of a group of stones arranged in the shape of a heart with the caption “my stone heart”.

And then the rumours started.

George RR Martin’s ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ novels, on which the series is based, feature a character called Lady Stoneheart, though she is yet to make an appearance in the TV series.

Stoneheart wasn’t expected to show up until next series, but now speculation is rife that she may make an appearance in the final episode of series four.

‘Game of Thrones’ series four is currently airing on Sky Atlantic. Monday’s episode had 906,000 viewers, according to overnight figures. That’s the second-highest so far this series.

Series one to three are now available on Wuaki TV, after expiring on Now TV earlier this month.

Now TV recently apologised to customers following an outage during the season premiere of the current series of ‘Game of Thrones’. As recompense, it’s offering a free entertainment pass worth £4.99. The compensation is available until September 8th.

Source Independent

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