Game of Thrones came to a close earlier this week after a huge eight seasons and over a decade of filming.
And now Sophie Turner has revealed that she wished she could have spent more time partying after entering the show aged just 13.
Speaking on The Graham Norton show, set to air tonight, the 23-year-old talked about how she felt about the epic fantasy drama coming to an end.
The actress told Graham, 56: “It’s nice to be able to tell all. I’ve been keeping in spoilers for so many years and I can finally say goodbye to them.”
Host Graham Norton asked if, by joining the show as a 13-year-old, she had missed out on her childhood.
She replied: “I wish I’d had the university experience. I wish I could have gone out and drunk a lot and thrown up in the middle of a club without it being photographed!”
However, Sophie also added that she was “happy” about spending her childhood years filming for GoT.
The final episode of the series made headlines recently after viewers were left disappointed, complaining that the twists made little sense when it came to characters personalities.
Many fans were left outraged when their beloved ruler Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) lost her mind and turned into a brutal killer, while others felt the appointment of Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) as the new Night King was “ridiculous”.
The ending was so unpopular with fans a petition entitled: “Remake Game of Thrones Season 8 with competent writers” was formed and even received over 1.4 million signatures.
Recently, Sophie defended the show’s ending speaking to The New York Times: “I think it’s disrespectful to the crew, and the writers, and the filmmakers who have worked tirelessly over 10 years, and for 11 months shooting the last season. Like 50-something night shoots.”
She continued by deeming the petition “stupid” and “ridiculous”, adding: It’s just ridiculous. It’s ridiculous that people think they can just demand a different ending because they don’t like it.
Adding: “I have stupidly taken it quite personally, which obviously I shouldn’t.”