Kit Harington and Rose Leslie, better known as Jon Snow and Ygritte from HBO's Game of Thrones, tied the knot at an intimate Church ceremony in Scotland on Saturday, photos of which have flooded the Internet.
While the guest list included a number of celebrities, including band Mumford and Sons, there's something very interesting about the Game of Thrones cast-members who were on show.
The following stars from the show witnessed Jon and Ygritte say "I am yours and you are mine..." to each other:"
Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner): Sansa Stark did her best to give the event a 'Red wedding' kind of feel (in a literal sense only, everyone's still alive and well!)
Arya Stark (Maisie Williams): Arya was also present, though she did try her best to disguise herself without using any of her Faceless man techniques.
Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke): The Mother of Dragons looked every bit as carefree as you'd expect from someone who has just completed an 8-year project.
Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage): The Imp was also at the wedding, with his look suggesting that he's still very much in the thick of filming.
Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham): The Onion Knight looked dashing in his dark shades and green tie as he walked in like a man on a mission.
Robb Stark (Richard Madden): The best-dressed among the children of Ned and Cat at the big wedding was surely Robb, who served as a great ambassador for Kilts and manly waist-pouches. And those shoes!
Varys (Conleth Hill): The Spider could have just sent one of his little birds but came in person, looking odd in a suit. Maybe he should sneak a few robes from the set before the show winds up.
Samwell Tarly (John Bradley): Sam represented the Night's Watch at the wedding of their former Lord Commander. He wore black, as did Ben Crompton who plays Eddison Tollett
Gendry (Joe Dempsie): Gendry still has the same hair-cut as last we saw him. Does that mean he's still alive? Probably...
Now, fans of the show will have noticed one thing: all the people who were present are actually friends of the King in the North or sympathise with his cause on the show!
Where, for instance, are the likes of Jaime and Cersei? And does this mean Theon isn't on Jon's side? (Remember the reference to the Drowned God and Aegon the Conqueror by that Maester in the Citadel?)
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