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They're Not Siblings...

... but they play them on TV.

Maisie Williams, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, and Sophie Turner were strangers when they were cast, respectively, as Arya, Bran, and Sansa Stark, but the three have since become fast friends, which I think is cool. They even like to hang when they're not working.

Anyway, Sophie Turner's mum Sally sent me this picture of their latest get-together, and I wanted to share it with my readers.

The fourth member of the quartet is the newest member of the Turner family -- Zunni, the dog who played Lady. Sophie and Sally adopted her after the show wrapped.


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Doug LeBeau
Feb. 11th, 2011 06:02 am (UTC)
I am thrilled that Sophie got to keep Lady in real life!! That's excellent.

It's nice to see they get along so well, though it means they will have to be great young actresses to sell the argumentative nature of their relationship on screen heh
Ryan Knapp
Feb. 18th, 2011 12:40 am (UTC)
Which is more adorable?
I can't decide which pulls the heartstrings more - the children or Zunni!
Isobelle Carmody
Feb. 24th, 2011 05:03 pm (UTC)
the series
George, do you remember a storm over a car as you and Robert Holdstock and I were being driven to what was my first Con in Olomoc? Someone just sent me an hilarious link to a justly famous Neil Gaiman blog entry known as George RR Martin is not your bitch and I HAD to laugh as you are the person I refer to most often, when I am being castigated for NOT FINISHING (soon enough/fast enough/ when the publishers said I would/ when I said I would, when my contract said I would etc) I point to your incredible series saying I too am waiting, but that I a content to wait for all the reasons Neil said better than I ever had! But when I came on here to say hi, I got really excited to see the stuff about the series and I am slavering to get my eyes on it- but I just wondered if it is nly the first book, or will it eventually be the whole series that will be filmed. The funny thing about all this is that before the post on my fb page about Neil G's blog, I was just starting to reread your series! Hope to see you round the traps sometime again, anyway - isobelle
May. 29th, 2011 12:06 am (UTC)
As a past owner of a Timber/Grey wolf hybrid I was moved to see this as I miss my own lovely girl, her name was Freida, very much. I have never had a more loyal, friendly, trustworthy and simply loving friend as I did with her. If the day ever comes where I get an opportunity to raise another I will take it without an instants hesitation.

We have pictures of my infant children lying beside her on our living room carpet with her wrapping her thick tail around the babies (I have 4 children ages 16,14,10 and 8) and them smiling toothlessly up at her as she is licking their little fat cheeks. They were safer in her care than with any other person I know of save my then wife and myself.

As sappy as it sounds, the direwolves were the story element that hooked me on the books from the first and I look forward to seeing them in the new shows as much as I do the human actors.

Many thanks Mr. Martin for creating a world and characters, both human and not, we all love.
Jan. 15th, 2012 10:44 pm (UTC)
they're sooo cute together~! aww she gets to keep lady! that's so great!
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