Sophie Turner believes Sansa is better off without any man in her life.

Sophie Turner believes Sansa is better off without any man in her life.

Game of Thrones is finished, and everything considered, Sansa Stark got one of the more joyful endings than any other characters, introduced as Queen in the North while her kin seek after their own destinies somewhere else.

HBO isn’t arranging any sequels to the show, however it’s unthinkable not to ponder what may happen to a parts of these characters down the line. Star Sophie Turner dwelled a bit on Sansa’s conceivable future while responding to fan inquiries for Buzzfeed… and playing with pupies all the same time. Watch below:

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“I hope…[Sansa] would live in harmony with all of the lords and ladies of the North,” Turner said. “And I would hope that she had a nice life, but somehow I doubt that.”

‘I would hope that she would live happily ever after, and I don’t think she would have another man in her life, because they haven’t treated her particularly well in the past. So I would like to think that she just runs the North on her own and eats good food and drinks good wine and just has a good time.’

Sansa has had wretched karma with suiters, and we wouldn’t accuse her on the off chance that she needed to forego a lord during her rule. Despite the fact that if HBO needed to make a Sansa: Queen in the North motion picture quite a while from now, we’d be down for monitoring how things are going.

Sophie Turner believes Sansa is better off without any man in her life.

Turner additionally spoke Sansa with another ground-breaking character she’s as of now playing on the big screen: X-Men mutant Jean Gray. “Jean is very vulnerable and Sansa is incredibly strong and resilient,” Turner said. “So I would say I wish I was like Sansa but really I’m a bit more like Jean.”

Past this, Turner demonstrates she has great preference for TV when she names Barry and Killing Eve as her current favorite shows right now.


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