Contacting actor leads to creepy yearbook quote
Second child for Game of Thrones star
BE careful what you wish for: In June, a U.S. high school student named Rachael Wood, 18, used Twitter to ask a favour of Maisie Williams, the 18-year- old actress who plays Arya Stark on the hit HBO series Game of Thrones.
Wood needed something to put under her photo in her yearbook. So, the website cinemablend.com reports, she tweeted at Williams, saying “If you tweet me back, I’ll make whatever you say my quote.”
Williams, evidently channeling Arya, came through, the site reports.
That’s why someday, years from now, Wood will be explaining to her puzzled children why her yearbook picture bears the caption, “Anyone can be killed.” SPEAKING of Game of Thrones, Lena Headey — who plays Cersei Lannister on that show where everybody has stupid names — gave birth the other day to her second child.
She announced the news in the time-honoured way, via Twitter, referring to “unconditional heartbreaking divine love” for the tyke.
Headey, 41, didn’t mention the baby’s name or sex and hasn’t revealed the father’s identity.
The newborn’s big brother, five-year- old Wylie, is the son of Peter Lougran, a musician she divorced in 2013.