She is best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen.
And Emilia Clarke revisited her famous character on Wednesday when she visited an ice cream shop themed on Game of Thrones.
The 35-year-old actress grimaced as she stood in front of the ice cream shop hilariously dubbed Game of Cones.
She kept the cold at bay by wrapping up warm in a khaki green jacket and orange striped scarf, which she paired with blue jeans.
Emilia hid her face behind a pair of red-rimmed sunglasses while her dog Ted appeared in the playful photo.
She captioned the snap: “I checked, there wasn’t a dairy-free Daenerys option.”
She jokingly added a few puns of her own, writing the hashtags: “Bend the Kneeckerbocker Glory Anyone” and “Do you think they knew I was more of a fire kid than an ice kid?”
In July, Emilia was open about her health struggle after suffering two aneurysms.
She said at the time that she shouldn’t be able to speak after two aneurysms left parts of her brain “unusable”.
The British actress said she is among the “really small minority” of people who have survived and are “not having an impact”.
Her first aneurysm ruptured in 2011 after filming the first series of Game of Thrones, causing a stroke, while the second required surgery in 2013 after scans showed it had doubled.
She told BBC1’s Sophie Raworth on Sunday morning: “You gain a lot of perspective. The amount of my brain that’s no longer usable… There’s quite a bit missing that always makes me laugh.’
Her life-saving treatment left her with titanium parts in place of parts of her skull and scars.
The actress first suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage after the aneurysm – a weak spot in a blood vessel – on the surface of the brain ruptured.
They are most common in people between the ages of 45 and 70 and can cause extreme fatigue, trouble sleeping, headaches, blurred vision and loss of movement.
But Emilia said she was unaffected, adding: “I can play two and a half hours every night and not forget a line. I’ve always had a good memory because it’s the only skill as an actor… so obviously your memory is incredibly important and I’ve tested it consistently.
She said she’s given up worrying about what’s going on in her brain because “there’s no point in constantly worrying about what might not be there because of what you have now , is great”.