Did You Notice? The Game of Thrones Teaser Contains a VERY Telling Daenerys Easter Egg

POPSUGAR Entertainment | 1/16/2019 | Ryan Roschke
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Are you tired of talking about the new Game of Thrones teaser? Well, too bad! (Cue evil, maniacal laughter that lasts a few seconds too long.) Now that we finally have our first look at the final season, every fan is off to the races with all kinds of theories. Is the whole thing just one of Bran's visions? What's the deal with that strange little feather? Why the **** does Jon Snow's statue look old as balls? You may think we've run through just about everything, but there's one significant moment that requires a bit of digging to verify: Sansa's hair.

The intricate hairstyles of Sansa Stark have been a discussion for quite some time now. Even before the penultimate season of the series dropped back in 2017, actress Sophie Turner confirmed that like Regina George, so too is her hair full of secrets. "Sansa's hair plays sort of a big role, I think, in subliminal messages in her journey," Turner told POPSUGAR in August 2017. "She's a very silent character, you know; you don't really know what she's thinking, or who is having influence over her. And that was one of the ways we showed — that and her costumes — was the only real way that we knew what she was taking in and learning from these people, because she would mirror Cersei's hairstyle or Margaery's hairstyle. When she went away with Littlefinger, she dyed her hair black for a second and that sort of mirrored him. And it's really interesting to see that sort of physical representation of her adapting to each situation; it was a really smart move."

Seasons - Hair - Times - Women - Margaery

In previous seasons, her hair at different times appeared to be modeled after other strong women, like Margaery Tyrell and Cersei Lannister, as Turner noted. Which brings us right...
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