Although Kit is understandably mum about the content of the scripts (dammit!), he did open up to BBC One's The One Show about how sad he feels over the show ending after eight years. "I cried at the end!". For eight years-almost a decade!-we've been following the clashing kingdoms of Westeros, worshipping Khaleesi's relentless queenly fierceness (and icy winter fashion, and platinum waves), and falling a tiny bit in love with IKEA-rug-wearing Jon Snow, played by Kit Harington. I think, no-one really cares about [the show] more than us.
"It's been an institution longer than any other institution I've been in, school, drama school, anything", Kit continued.
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"It's going to be a unusual year saying goodbye to people", Kit admitted.
The final read-through of the show that recently took place at Belfast in Ireland, was an emotional experience for the actor.
As the show gets closer to its final and eighth season, Kit Harington will be really busy with the filming schedule and his impending marriage to fiancé Rose Leslie. "Don't do all of that".
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Something tells us plenty of people will still flock to Harington wherever he goes once this part of his career is over.
"There's a lot of things you can't do".
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