Kit Harington's Brother Perfectly Referenced Jon Snow In His Best Man Speech

Kit Harington's Brother Perfectly Referenced Jon Snow In His Best Man Speech

Kit Harington's Brother Perfectly Referenced Jon Snow In His Best Man Speech

Kit told Entertainment Tonight: "I said to Rose the other night, I was like, "We've been tethered by this show, a long time we've loved it".

The cream fluffy sheepskin rug costs £30 from IKEA and is likely found in houses around the world as a cosy Scandi-inspired home accessory, but it's been inventively reimagined as a cape for Jon Snow, although he's likely used the SKOLD rug, which has a dark brown hue and costs £50.

"When we finished filming, we said goodbye to it, so this sort of feels like an added bonus that we get to watch it and celebrate it now". He doesn't enjoy it, but he can't escape it, so much so that it made its way into his and Leslie's wedding day.

"And my brother managed to get it into the end of my best man speech". "It was quite sweet actually".

The host then finally showed a photo of Kit's character standing before dragons and asked, 'Does Jon Snow get to ride a dragon?' but he responded with another wink-blink. Harington grabbed a cheap Jon Snow costume from a store, but not everyone was in on the joke. "So I thought about it and I thought 'What's worse taste than going as the character you play in the show you're in." . "So I did, thinking it was really amusing".


At the premiere, Kit and Rose revealed they were "tethered" by Game of Thrones, having met back in 2011 whilst filming season two. "It's like you sad, sad man." .

Then there was the rumor that Harington now owns a statue of himself in character as Jon Snow, which he confirmed is also true.

"I'm obviously sad about it ending", Harington said of Thrones, "and I thought I would make [the statue] into like a shrine in my garden that I go and cry in front of".

Game Of Thrones' final season returns on Sunday 14th April on HBO in the United States, and on Monday 15th April on Sky Atlantic in the UK.

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