Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams Bids Farewell, Hints at Arya's Fate

Press Eye- All Ireland Rally For Life 2018- Stormont- Belfast- 7th July 2018

Press Eye- All Ireland Rally For Life 2018- Stormont- Belfast- 7th July 2018

On Saturday, Williams made a decision to commemorate her time as Arya Stark with a little bloodshed - this is Game of Thrones, after all - by posting an image of her red-spattered white sneakers on Instagram. Some speculated that the hashtag meant she's the only character to survive, while others pointed out Williams might have been one of the last Game of Thrones actors to film scenes.

Williams was cast as Arya Stark in 2011 when she was only 12 years old and helped make the character a fan favorite.

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Though we're fairly confident Arya Stark won't be sporting white sneakers in Season 8, it's hard to look at the blood-stained footwear Williams chose to include in her goodbye without asking, "What are thoooooooseee?!".

The Games of Thrones stars recently got together in Belfast for a goodbye celebration as shooting of the epic series came to the end.

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In June, Clarke - who plays Daenerys Targaryen (aka Khaleesi, the Mother of Dragons, etc. etc.) -shared two sentimental Instagram posts to mark her final days of filming.

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