Game of Thrones: Kit Harington (Jon Snow) invited by the royal family for an amazing reason
Actor Kit Harington, who played Jon Snow in the Game of Thrones series, was invited by the British royal family for a very real reason. … particular.
Actor Kit Harington was virtually unknown when he rose to fame thanks to the Game of thrones series(2011-2019). Indeed, he had held only a few roles in the theater. He had notably played in the play War Horse from 2008. He played the role of Albert Narracott. In 2010, he played Ed Montgomery in the play Posh. His portrayal of Ned Stark's illegitimate son, a k a Jon Snow, in Game of thrones, allowed him to reach the rank of star. At the end of the HBO soap opera, the actor turned to the cinema.
He has played in several films, among which we can mention Silent Hill: Revelation 3D< /em> in 2012, Pompeii which recounts the last hours of the eponymous city before the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. JC, The Seventh Son (2014), Dragons 2 (2014) or even Dragons 3 (2019). In 2021, the actor makes a remarkable appearance in Eternals by Chloe Zao, a Marvel film that introduces, among other things, the character of Black Knight, a new superhero. The Game of thrones series created a craze among fans.Each episode of the series was commented and discussed during the broadcast. The highly anticipated season 8, however, has divided viewers, while the end of the series has not really been unanimous.
Kit Harington invited by the British royal family
< p>And it seems that this passion for the HBO program didn’t just hit the mainstream. The Royal Family of England seemed to genuinely enjoy the series. Indeed, Camilla Parker Bowles, currently queen consort and wife of King Charles III approached Kit Harington to learn more about the plot of this one. Jon Snow's interpreter returned to this story during The Late Show, a program hosted by James Corden.
He said that during the 2015 Wimbledon tournament, he was invited to share a meal with the British royal family. “I was invited into the royal square at Wimbledon. There was this lunch planned ahead, and I thought we were going to have a buffet lunch or something. We sat down with Camilla and the parents of Kate Middleton (…) and Camilla asked, “So, are you really dead? » . As a reminder, the character of Jon Snow was killed at the end of season 5 of GOT, before being brought back to life at the start of the 6th season. Far from spoiling the soap opera, the actor then claimed that even members of the royal family had no right to be informed of the rest of the plotbefore the official broadcast of the episodes to follow.