Published: Fri, September 21, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Emilia Clarke just got a perfect Game of Thrones tattoo

Emilia Clarke just got a perfect Game of Thrones tattoo

"MOD (Mother of Dragons) 4 LYFE!"

The 31-year-old, who plays dragon mother Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO series, unveiled her new body art on Wednesday, sharing a snap to Instagram showing three flying dragons sitting proudly on her right wrist. After giving birth to a stillborn baby and losing Drogo to a witch's spell, Daenerys hatches her dragon eggs and sets off on a journey to become queen.

Considering Game of Thrones is officially ending next year, it's understandable that its stars-some of who have been on the show for nearly a decade-would want to commemorate the series in a personal way.

So it's only fitting that with the show coming to a close in 2019, now Clarke has made her love for her fictitious dragon spawn "ink official" for all time. Emilia captioned the post, tagging Los Angeles-based celebrity tattoo artist Doctor Woo.

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke gets dragons inked on wrist
Clarke revealed her plans for the tattoo earlier this year on the talk show Live with Kelly and Ryan . And now, thanks to her new tattoo, she'll forever hold that title.

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Clarke used the hashtag #dontworryionlybrieflypassedout, indicating that she may have felt a bit uneasy during the inking process. "I think it's cool-a little kind of peace out".

Clarke revealed her plans for the tattoo earlier this year on the talk show Live with Kelly and Ryan.

And before that Sophie Turner a wolf-themed picture on her skin as a nod to House Stark.

Clarke isn't the only Game of Thrones star to ink up.

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