Clarke's post was far more pleasing on the eye than William's blood stained shoes, it showcased Belfast's attractive flowers rather than the show's famous gore. But Maisie Williams has wrapped her Game of Thrones adventure with a farewell message posted on Instagram. However, as Thrones fans know intimately at this point, it could equally suggest that Arya Stark might be one of the few survivors when the dust settles.
On Saturday, Williams chose to commemorate her time as Arya Stark with a little bloodshed - this is Game of Thrones, after all - by posting an image of her red-spattered white sneakers on Instagram. 'What a joy I've had.
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But what does this mean for Arya's fate?
"It was really refreshing to see a young girl who was so feisty and confident - she's unlike a lot of other young female characters".
Since "Game of Thrones" gained popularity, Williams has had roles in TV and film, including "Doctor Who" and "The New Mutants".More news: Diplomatic disconnect with North Korea spells trouble for Trump
The photos were taken just as Arya Stark herself, Maisie Williams, revealed that she had wrapped on the set she's called home for the past decade. "Disappointing". "Goodbye my queen" wrote another user as thousands were emotional at the goodbye post by the actress.
The final season of "Game of Thrones", which will air in 2019, will reportedly consist of six episodes.More news: Croatia ends Russia's run, advances to World Cup semifinals