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’ Arya (played by Maisie Williams) was last seen cutting the throat of Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) in the season seven finale.

She has grown up to be a very tough young fighter in the fantasy series and it’s likely she will want to join ’s (Kit Harington) fight against the Night King.

However, it seems she may not survive the final series or the war against the army of the dead.

One fan has looked back at previous series and found a huge clue that appears to show Arya predicting her own death.

Reddit user Dadbodyy wrote: “I am slowly rewatching the show while I wait for the last season.

“I just noticed that Arya was pledged to marry a Frey in season one. She likely killed him in season seven!

“I realise the pledge became void when Robb broke his word, but this did just dawn on me.

“I think in the books, the guy is named and is distraught that he won’t be marrying his ‘princess’.”

Another fan replied noting that the “princess” mentioned is Arya herself in the George R.R. Martin novels the series is based upon.

They wrote: “There's actually a really cool exchange in the books where Arya talks to her betrothed (I think his name is Emmon or Edric or something with E) without knowing she's betrothed to him.

“She tells him she hopes his princess dies, when she's unknowingly talking about herself.”

Could Arya’s fate already have been revealed without fans noticing in a tiny detail many would have overlooked?

It comes after Arya star Maisie opened up about the final series in an interview with ELLE UK.

“I think until last season [seven], Arya was always killing the baddies,” she said.

“But then we saw her start to use those manipulative powers.

“It’s not until she had that whole dialogue with her sister Sansa in the last season that you realise what she’s become, that she’s being awful to someone who we love."

Maisie went on to add: “For me, it was a really great moment as an actor to be able to play the character you love as a baddie.

“It felt so amazing, even though it’s an awful scene.”

The actress noted that Arya will also “right her wrongs” in the end.

Game of Thrones season 8 will return to HBO and Sky Atlantic in 2019. Seasons 1-7 are currently streaming on NOW TV.


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