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Kit Harington just revealed the prop he kept from Game of Thrones

And we didn’t see this coming…

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Game of Thrones season eight is on its way – and we officially can’t wait.

Our past few months have been dominated by GoT news and updates, from the emergence of the teaser trailer to theories about what’s to come in Westeros.

But it wasn’t Sophie Turner confessing to being banned from washing her hair during filming or Maisie William talking about her final scene that had the world talking today.

Instead it was Kit Harington that made news when he confessed to Zoe Ball that he had kept one of his GoT props as a momento.

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Kit Harington as Jon Snow

But what did he take with him to remember his Game of Thrones days? His iconic coat? His sword? His direwolf, Ghost?

Nope. As it turns out, Kit opted to take a statue of his character, Jon Snow, that appears in the season 8 teaser trailer.

‘I kept that statue. You know, the one in the crypt?’ he reportedly told Zoe Ball. ‘I kept it. They sent it to my house so I’ve got it in my shed.’

Yes, this is not a drill. Kit Harington has a statue of Jon Snow in his shed.

‘How sad is that?’ he laughed. ‘I was the only one who kept their statue. That’s how narcissistic I am.’

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And as for what he’s planning to do with the prop, he explained: ‘I’m going to turn it into a water feature.’

We wonder how Rose Leslie feels about this!!

Either way, we cannot wait for season eight.

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Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26 at the age of 77,was a problematic movie maker. There’s a lot right with nearly every one of his films. But there’s also always something wrong. There’s no denying the beauty of the purple twilight skies juxtaposed against the moon, streetlamps, and cityscapes that recur throughout his films. Every film of his, for that matter, has something gorgeous to look at. The world is simply a more beautiful place in Bertolucci movies. And then he goes and spoils all that somehow. Every time, and usually with sex.

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Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26 at the age of 77,was a problematic movie maker. There’s a lot right with nearly every one of his films. But there’s also always something wrong. There’s no denying the beauty of the purple twilight skies juxtaposed against the moon, streetlamps, and cityscapes that recur throughout his films. Every film of his, for that matter, has something gorgeous to look at. The world is simply a more beautiful place in Bertolucci movies. And then he goes and spoils all that somehow. Every time, and usually with sex.

Luna explores incest, Last Tango in Paris deals with rape, despair and power. In Stealing Beauty, Liv Tyler’s virginity is up for grabs. The Last Emperor has a child leaving his wet nurse for his empress and consort in a preteen menage a trois bubble wrapped in historical authenticity.

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