Unless you've been living under a rock the last decade, you'll know that the final installment of the HBO behemoth fantasy series Game of Thrones will be released next month and most of the world's population can't wait.
However, the show has come under attack in some quarters for its candid display of nudity and sex, things Emilia Clarke, who plays the ice queen Daenerys Targaryen, believes is just two elements of a wide-ranging series.
Speaking to the Press Association she jokingly said, "Kit's ass, someone else's ass, my ass, it doesn't matter! It's not what the show is about; it's not what any bit of acting is about.
"As for my character, I can count on one hand the amount of times I've been naked.
"I can talk about the importance of women in this show until the cows come home.
"It has gone a way to changing the landscape of the industry as we see it, which is really vital and really important."
According to journalists at GQ with too much time on their hands, they counted 71 scenes that included nudity or sex in the series.
The British actress added: "I tried to throw some things under the wig, hide them in my bag, nothing.
"Apparently the throne itself you can't... I was there pushing it, trying to get it in the car. It didn't fit, so what are you gonna do?"
She also revealed in a recent Instagram post that she had inked her three fictional dragons, Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion onto her a wrist.
"MOD 4 LYFE!!!! Made sure this mamma ain't NEVER forgetting her babies...." the caption read.