Actress Gemma Whelan, who plays Yara Greyjoy on Game of Thrones, had to go to the hospital reportedly after hurting her back. The 35-year-old actress hinted at her hospital stay as she posted on Thursday, September 15 a picture of her hospital undergarment, reported Aceshowbiz.
It appears that her injury isn’t too serious as she still managed to find good humor out of the situation. It was reported earlier this month that Whelan and Alfie Allen had been filming scenes in which their characters Yara and Theon are “engaging in battle at sea,” possibly against their uncle Euron.
It’s also said that Euron would team up with Queen Cersei and he will capture either Theon or Yara. Euron would reportedly kill at least one of the Sand Snakes. Other actors who have been spotted around Belfast, where the show’s seventh season is being filmed, include Kit Harington, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, John Bradley and Rory McCann.
Game of Thrones season seven will air in summer 2017 and will only consist of seven episodes. Jim Broadbent has been added to the cast to tackle a significant role.
The popular television show, which comes premieres with 10 episodes in April, May and June worldwide, has currently been nominated for 23 Emmy Awards this year. The Emmy Awards will be shown life in most English channel On Monday September 19.
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