Is Sophie Turner's New Tattoo a Big Game of Thrones Spoiler?

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Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner may have just dropped a major bombshell about the potentially happy fate of Sansa Stark ahead of the HBO series' final season.

On a show that is so full of shock deaths and has killed off most of the Starks in the first seven seasons, the likes of Turner's Sansa, Maisie Williams' Arya and Isaac Hempstead-Wright's Bran are all in the firing line for Game of Thrones' last six episodes. While fans hope that at least one of the northern brood will survive, Turner might have just spoiled the surprise.

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Australian tattoo artist Lauren Winzer posted a picture on Instagram of Turner's new artwork. Featuring the synonymous Stark sigil of a wolf, the words read, "The pack survives," the latter half of the well-known phrase, "When the snows fall and the white winds blow, the lone wolf dies but the pack survives," fans were quick to point out that the focus on those specific words may tread into spoiler territory.

The full phrase has been used in George R.R. Martin's novels and the show's run, where it was most recently spoken by Turner and Williams in Season 8 as Sansa and Arya showed a united front at Winterfell. Considering that David Benioff and D.B. Weiss' show has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to spoilers, the star's new addition is likely just a way to celebrate the role she has played since 2011. This also isn't the first time that she has celebrated with a Thrones tattoo. In 2016, Williams and Turner showed off their matching tattoos of 07.08.09 to commemorate when they found out they'd been cast in the show on August 7, 2009.

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With Game of Thrones returning for its abridged season 8 next year, there is still a wait to find out which of the Starks (if any) make it to the end of winter and whether any of them will get to sit on that Iron Throne.

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