Sophie Turner's 'Game Of Thrones' Tattoo Was Actually A Spoiler This Whole Time

Oh yeah, believe it, for once we're talking about a celebrity spoiling something... and it isn't Tom Holland!

I know, I know, I'm just as shocked as you are, folks.

Spoilers ahead, matey.


So if you haven't seen the last episode of Game Of Thrones yet, I suggest you turn away from your computer, bookmark this article, watch the entire series, then return and continue reading.

So yeah, pretty cool ending.


I dunno, some people have rated this episode pretty low, others are complaining about it.

Personally, I thought it was half decent. Call me a classless uncultured philistine, but that's just my opinion.

So what happened?


Well, first off, Dany gets axed by her nephew-lover Jon Snow, and then is carried off by her dragon Drogon.

A weird move for the dragon, but then again, I'm no herpetologist.

We saw a new council form.


With Tyrion as the Hand of the King, Bronn as the master of coin, Sam as the Head Maester, and Davos as the Master of Ships.

Oh, and Bran is the King. Probably should've mentioned that first.

Let's see...


Arya goes off to West of Westeros, Jon is returned to the Night's Watch where presumably he, Tormund, and Ghost will have sweet adventures north of the wall.

Who am I forgetting...


Oh yes!

There was this small thing that happened, Sansa abdicates from the rest of the Seven Kingdoms and declares the North it's our sovereign nation, becoming Queen in the North.

Okay, maybe not so small.


Like her brothers before her, Sansa is now in total control of her Northern Kingdom.

Jeez, a Stark on the Iron Throne and a Stark on the Northern throne, it's getting awful Starky in here.

But did you know...

That Sophie Turner, the young woman who plays Sansa, got a tattoo months ago that would've ruined the whole series for us fans.

Way to go, Sophie.

I'm mean, luckily it didn't, but...

Some people thought that it did. Below is the tattoo and as you can see, it says "The Pack Survives".

Obviously, if you're a Game Of Thrones fan, you're going to interpret that as "no more of the Starks die".

Which, honestly, is kind of a big deal.

Instagram | @sophiet

In a show where seemingly everyone is constantly near death, it would suck to know going into the final season that every Stark survives.

That would imply a whole bunch of things about other characters, too.

However, she swears she didn't mean it like that.

Youtube | The Late Late Show with James Corden

It wasn't supposed to be a spoiler, she responded when James Corden asked her about the tattoo, it's just "just a moral that I like to live by".

Also, it's a quote from last season.

Or at least the previous season when she got the tattoo so... from Season 7.

You know the quote, it's cool. "When the snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies, but the pack survives"

As much as she might have denied it...


It kind of did ruin the ending. I mean, the pack did, in fact, survive.

But then again, how many of the Starks did we really believe we were going to lose?

Some people are calling her out.

And they have a point, I mean, after Season 7 ended I had no idea who was going to live and die.

I mean, maybe I knew Jon would make it, but Bran, Arya, and Sansa especially, I had no idea about them.

What do you think?


Do you remember where you were that fateful day?

Do you remember when your world was turned upside down by something as small as a tattoo?