Could Jon Snow Win ‘Game of Thrones’ King? Rose Leslie Says…
Kit Harington Rose Leslie Dating
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Could Jon Snow Win ‘Game of Thrones’ King? Rose Leslie Says…


Think Rose Leslie — who played the late, great wildling Ygritte — doesn’t have an opinion on Jon Snow’s chances at winning the Game of Thrones?

You know nothing.

The 29-year-old actress weighs the odds of her TV boyfriend taking the Iron Throne in a new interview.

But first, she acknowledges she’s not the most objective of sources.

You see, Ygritte and Jon were in love before the former’s untimely demise, and Rose and actor Kit Harington are dating in real life.

Co-star couples, Rose Leslie, Kit Harington
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“I’m biased,” she exclaims in an interview with TV Guide.

“I think [Jon] is definitely tough enough. I think that he’s incredibly just and that he’d make a brilliant king. But then again, yeah, I’m not too sure where [the show is] gonna head.”

Seems like dating Kit hasn’t gotten her all the details about Seasons 7 and 8 — what, they don’t discuss spoilers in their pillow talk?

(Then again, she says she’s “not too sure” what’s going to happen, so maybe she’s a little sure!)

Rose and her 30-year-old beau have been dating off and on since 2012, and they finally confirmed their relationship on the Olivier Awards red carpet in April.

The Scottish beauty will have her own TV spoilers to keep secret soon. She’s one of the lead stars of The Good Fight, CBS’s upcoming spin-off of The Good Wife.

She’s playing Maia, a young lawyer and the goddaughter of Christine Baranski’s Diane Lockhart. (And Maia, by the way, has a steady girlfriend.)

A full-length trailer released yesterday shows the drama to come on the CBS All Access series.

When a financial scam ruins Maia’s reputation and Diane’s fortune, the woman join Good Wife’s Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) at another top Chicago law firm.

So forget all this talk of “kings” — let’s hear it for the women who run the world!

The Good Fight premieres on February 19 on CBS All Access.

Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres on HBO in Summer 2017.

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