Are you missing Game of Thrones already? If you need your fix of the familiar faces of Westeros, you can follow some of the show’s leading ladies on social media.


The Mother of Dragons on Instagram @emilia_clarke

Emilia Clarke is known for vanquishing her enemies and sharing photos of her fallen cast mates on Instagram. The Khaleesi frequently shares candid shots from behind-the-scenes of the HBO series with touching tributes to the friends she's made along the way.

Of course, she also shares plenty of shots from the red carpet and her personal life.

Nathalie Emmanuel’s Fabulous Life @nathalieemmanuel

She went worldwide as Missandei in Game of Thrones and, since then, Nathalie Emmanuel’s career has flown higher than a dragon.

With roles in the Fast & Furious franchise, Netflix’s upcoming Dark Crystal prequel, and a TV adaptation of Four Wedding and a Funeral, the rising star has no shortage of fabulous adventures to share — even after her permanent departure from the Seven Kingdoms.

Joining House Stark and House Jonas @sophiet

If you follow Queen of the North Sophie Turner, you join a social media entourage that includes Game of Thrones bestie Maisie Williams (@maisie_williams) and husband Joe Jonas (@joejonas).

Naturally, everywhere she goes, she inspires chants of loyalty from her faithful subjects. All hail Lady Stark of Winterfell!

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