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Game of Thrones: Did Cersei Lie About Her Pregnancy And Euron’s Mission?

Even though season 7 of Game of Thrones ended a month ago we are sure that you still aren’t over Cersei Lannister’s pregnancy with her brother Jaime’s child. Nevertheless, there are rumors that there are chances the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms have been lying when she revealed her pregnancy.

Will season 8 of the show reveal the truth?

But Cersei’s lie about the being pregnant may not be the only one that she has caused Jaime to believe. Those who are watching the show believe that she was also lying when she confirmed to her twin that Euron Greyjoy is going to Essos to find the Golden Company for her in Game of Thrones Season 8.


The revelation of Cersei’s pregnancy with Jaime’s baby has definitely left the viewers shocked. Most remembered that Maggy the Frog prophesy about Cersei only included three children being born to her.

Despite the belief of many that she might suffer a miscarriage in season 8 of Game of Thrones, there is a chance that Cersei was lying to Jaime to make him loyal to her. Still, it seems that she has lost her brother whether she is pregnant or not.

What’s the thing with Euron Greyjoy? According to the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, he made a decision to leave Westeros because she has ordered him to find the Golden Company in Essos. And it is not hard to believe that she had a plan to send Euron to bring in the sellswords even she met with Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Tyrion Lannister.


But still, the rumors about Cersei trying to deceive Jamie are here. There are chances that the Queen is disappointed with Euron and has made other plans for him in the next season of Game of Thrones.

Does this mean that the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms is losing in Game of Thrones? There are thought that whether she was lying or not she still has a backup plan. Some believe that Cersei may have ordered Tycho Nestoris to help her find the Golden Company instead. The fight for the Queen isn’t over.

Season 8 of Game of Thrones will premiere on HBO in early 2019.

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