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    Emilia Clarke’s Advice to Emma D’Arcy for House of the Dragon

    The new show stars Paddy Considine as King Viserys I, but his reign is plagued by that scourge of medieval monarchs — the lack of a male heir. The good news is that he does have a daughter. Rhaenyra (played by Milly Alcock as an adolescent and Emma D’Arcy as an adult), is a dragonrider. The marketing team hopes that she’ll remind viewers of Clarke’s beloved character, Daenerys.
    That may not be an easy task considering the similarities in their looks and leadership style. This is why D’Arcy recently shared some advice she received from a fellow GOT alum. Emilia Clarke starred as Danaerys for all eight seasons of the HBO hit. She offered up some friendly tips to D’Arcy, who plays her distant relative in House of the Dragon.
    D’Arcy’s character, Princess Rhaenyra, is a Valyrian noblewoman. She sports pure black dragonblood and the ability to ride her very own dragons. She’s also the king’s first-born daughter, so she’s considered to have everything a person could want.
    One of those people is the king’s Hand, played by Rhys Ifans, who sees the Driftmark succession as the greatest threat to the entire kingdom. As a result, he often tries to convince the king’s daughter and her brother to sign over their rights to the throne. They aim to control it themselves.

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    The Driftmark succession is ultimately decided by a dragonrider. This means that Rhaenyra will make a crucial decision at an important moment in time. The current season of House of the Dragon debuted last month with a strong showing. It was recently announced that the show will return for another season.
    Along with D’Arcy, the cast of House of the Dragon includes actors Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen, Olivia Cooke as Lady Alicent Hightower, Steve Toussaint as Lord Joanna Lannister, and Fabien Frankel, Sonoya Mizuno, and Olivia Colman as supporting players.

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