At the end of season six of Game of Thrones, the fate of the North was left in a state of change, with Jon being instated as the King in the North over Sansa’s more legitimate claim. While the Starks discussed having a united front against their enemies, one couldn’t help but pick up on some uneasiness between the two, with Sansa’s withholding of information from Jon regarding the Nights of the Vale and a knowing look with Littlefinger in the final scene.
At Friday’s Game of Thrones panel at San Diego Comic-Con, fans learned that this uneasiness is probably warranted. If you were hoping for sunshine and roses between Sansa and Jon, Sophie Turner would like to remind you of what show you’re watching.
“I think she believed it was probably more of a joint effort in terms of the Battle of the Bastards, she thinks they should be King and Queen of the North, I’m not so sure she’s so keen on the Iron Throne anymore. I’m not sure she thinks Jon is capable of running Winterfell and the North… She doesn’t think he has the intellect, the knowledge, and the experience that she has, and I concur.”
Way harsh, Tai. Go ahead and add this to the endless questions that we already have regarding season seven. That extra long wait is going to be torturous.
(Via Entertainment Weekly)