“I couldn’t express who I became.”
If you game of thrones Fan, you may have found yourself missing out on the show since it ended in 2019.
During a recent interview with GQ UKMaisie was asked what part of being there is game of thrones She misses the most.
“Can I say none of that?” responded.
Maisie made it clear that she didn’t think it was “healthy” to miss it and that she “loved” the show. “I look at her very fondly,” she said, “and I look upon her with great pride.”
“But why would I want to make myself feel sad about the greatest thing that ever happened to me? I don’t want to associate that with feelings of pain.”
Maisie also said that she began to “resent” about the role of Arya Stark when she “began to become a woman,” because she “couldn’t express who I became.”
“Then my body resented, too, because it was not in keeping with my piece that the world celebrated.”
She was also cautious in her response about whether she would play Arya again. “I’m not saying it’s never going to happen, but I’m also not saying it in this interview until everyone else has gone…” sub-show! he is coming! “Because it isn’t.”
“It has to be the right time and the right people,” she explained. It must be true in the context of all other sub-elements and cos game of thrones. “
“This must be the time for me.”
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