Known as The Queen Who Never Was, Rhaenys had a traditional Targaryen beauty. She was fifty-five years old during the Dance of the Dragons
and was still as fierce and fearless as she had been at twenty-two. She wore steel and copper armor which flashed in the sun.
When the Dance of the Dragons began, Rhaenys sat on the black council of Queen Rhaenyra Targaryen. The blacks’ plan was for Rhaenys to fly overhead on Meleys to keep the greens from attacking their ships with dragons. Yet it had been a trap and she’d snatched the bait. Against one, Meleys may have won but she stood little chance against
both dragons. They met a thousand feet above the ground and all three
beasts went spinning to the earth. From the ashes, only Vhagar rose
unharmed. A body believed to be Rhaenys was later found beside the
carcass of her dragon, but so blackened no one could be sure it was her.
Am I prepared to be ruthless with this girl too? Can I train her, never sparing, or will my love make me less harsh than I must be to train a High Priestess? Can I use her love for me, to bring her to the feet of the Goddess?
Iain Glen, who is best known for his role as Ser Jorah Mormont in the worldwide smash hit HBO fantasy drama has been spotting filming in Frankfort Gate in Plymouth on Friday morning (September 22).
The Scottish star swapped his leather and chainmail for a linen blazer to reprise his role as Leo. His presence caused a stir among shoppers, and rumours circulated that a film stunt would be taking place in Frankfort Gate.
Dawn French’s Gina and Silent Witness actress Emilia Fox’s Sam play sparring hoteliers caught in a love triangle over Leo in Delicious. –CornwallLive
(Sorry the photos aren’t high quality but it’s exciting to know that Iain will be back for season two of Delicious!)
“I do stage to challenge to myself – I love the rehearsal process and
being in a company, but I find performing quite terrifying. I feel most
at home on screen. I love working on a shoot, particularly something
like Silent Witness where I know everyone.” - Emilia Fox.