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Game of Thrones premiere: Gwendoline Christie slays Emilia Clarke on red carpet

The stars of Game Of Thrones were out in force for the season premiere and Gwendoline Christie made a huge impression.

The final Game Of Thrones season premiere saw stars of the HBO worldwide smash hit TV show appear on the red carpet.

Emilia Clarke looked unrecognisable from her Daenerys Targaryen character, as the blonde haired dragon queen became a dark haired ice maiden, dressed in blue and grey. 

Glamorous as Emilia was, she was still overshadowed by the majesty of Gwendoline Christie, who plays the formidable warrior Brienne Of Tarth.

Her red carpet transformation saw her appear a million miles from her stern-faced, battle weary character, with her shoulder-length hair down and a flowing, patterned dress, that was the standout ensemble of the night.

 

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