According to JustJared, the 24-year-old actress shared a photo of the throne her character sat on at the end of the show when she was dubbed Queen of the North. The iconic new item in Turner and husband Joe Jonas’s home was last seen in Dubrovnik, Croatia, a wee bit of a trek from the pair’s LA home.
The couple shared the news with a pair of separate photos of the throne—Turner captioned it “welcome home,” while Jonas added a gif of his wife with her iconic phrase, “and that’s the tea.”
But, little did you know, she’s not the only person to steal props from the show. Here’s what some of her other cast mates nabbed.
According to an interview with Live with Kelly and Ryan back in April 2019, the actor admitted he took home with him a statue of his Game of Thrones character Jon Snow after filming, and plans to use it as a scarecrow in his splendid vegetable garden.
“[It’s] gonna go in the vegetable patch and it's just gonna say Game of Thrones lines,” he said. “We're going to attach a little speaker to it: ‘Winter is coming.’”
Maisie Williams, who played Arya Stark, admitted on Good Morning America that she may not have been able to take home her character’s iconic blade, Needle, but she did get to nab one of her cloaked costumes in a distinct Game of Thrones condition.
“It’s like, covered in blood and mud,” she said on Good Morning America, adding she also kept Arya’s iron coin that she used to gain passage to Braavos. “It’s very Game of Thrones.”
During a Comic-Con panel in 2016, according to The Telegraph, Nairn, who played the iconically beloved Hodor, said he stole a piece of the door his character famously held in his final scene—y’know which gave him the name Hodor.
Isaac Hempstead-Wright, who played the all-knowing and all-seeing Bran the Broken, didn’t seem to have the overseeing powers of his character to nab anything more than some “kitchen utensils.”
“On my last day on set, I ran through the set like, ‘God, this is my last moment on Game of Thrones,’ grabbed whatever I could, and I got a wooden spoon, a straw bowl, and a wooden tub,” he told PEOPLE.