Warning: This story contains spoilers for Season 8 of Game of Thrones . strong > em>
Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones is supposed to be a big one. Per Emilia Clarke’s recommendation, you should watch it on the “biggest TV” possible. Sunday is also Mother’s Day, which has sees wondering: Is this the day Cersei meets her intention?
The theory represents feel. For one thing, Daenerys is ready to burn sh* t down after Cersei had Missandei killed. For another, Cersei is pregnant( unless she’s lying about being pregnant, which is possible ).
To end Cersei’s story on Mother’s Day would also be moderately figurative. Cersei’s entire arc has hinged upon her devotion to her children, all of whom she has since lost. It’s too worth noting that the episode in which Tywin Lannister died aired on Father’s Day 2014, so there’s technically a instance for Lannisters knocking the container on the day viewers are celebrating their special parenting roles.
If Cersei < em> does die this chapter, a lot of people think it’ll be at Jaime’s pass. Remember the “valonqar” prophecy we recognized in Season 5? It suggested Cersei would be killed by a younger sibling — and Jaime is famously younger than Cersei by “mere moments.”( Tyrion is also younger than Cersei, but he seems like too obvious a choice .)
Still, there’s likewise the possibility she’ll die in childbirth, which is another popular follower theory. This outcome would be even < em> more appropriate for an episode televise on Mother’s Day — you are familiar, in a passionately messed up, Game of Thrones way.
We’ll find out.