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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: Sansa Stark Shows She Can Rule Westeros And Be Better At It

Of course, a strong storyline for Turner's character was teased at the end of Season 6 when, after Lady Lyanna Mormont encourages the Northern lords and Vale lords to embrace Jon as the King of the North and they do so, Littlefinger and Sansa lock eyes, and the Stark daughter looks troubled. She's now filming her second X-Men movie (X-Men: Dark Phoenix, where she plays the title character), and has leading roles in upcoming films like Time Freak and Huntsville, as well. Fans were left with Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) sailing toward Westeros with her dragons, army of unsullied, Dothraki horde, and new allies to claim the throne and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) being proclaimed the King in the North by his fellow countrymen. She revealed how the character has an effect on her - whatever happens to Sansa can affect her significantly. "He came through when she needed him at the Battle of the Bastards". Jaime, too, was not overjoyed at Cersei's coup d'etat, possibly because she unleashed the wildfyre he tried to prevent the Mad King from using so many years before. In the last season she reunited with one of her family members, Jon Snow.

Sansa faces the ultimate ignominy when Tywin Lannister, the returning Hand of the King after the War of Five Kings reaches its Lannister-favouring conclusion, decrees that she will marry his son Tyrion Lannister. "Winterfell is just ideal for her".

But even though she is now no longer a captive, she is more vulnerable more than ever. Winterfell is just ideal for her. Jon Snow should be on the Iron Throne out of all the Starks. She is in full control over her own destiny, which is far from the Sansa Stark in the previous seasons, who follows orders from Petyr Baelish, aka Littlefinger.

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"It's more about her figuring out how to treat that power and how to surround herself with the people that are best for her", she added. Given that Jon and Sansa will be in close proximity for at least the beginning of the next season, expect tension and lots of it.

"I think the Stark that should rule Winterfell is Sansa because she deserves it and she's a natural born leader", Turner said. "You're not going to get to act with them for a few years", she told us. Obviously I've got no idea, but they seem to be gaining strength and power and tenacity.

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