Shireen Baratheon probably had one of the most heartbreaking deaths in all of Game Of Thrones – arguably more so than Hodor.
A quick recap – in season five episode The Dance Of Dragons, poor Shireen was burned at the stake as a sacrifice to the Lord Of Light, while her own parents watched on.
It was a gut-punch of a scene, with fans calling it one of the most horrific they’ve ever watched on the show.
After spectacularly leaving the show in 2015, actress Kerry Ingram has gone on to have further TV appearances, including a role on Doctors.
The 19-year-old played the characters Hannah Devlin and Lois Wren on the BBC soap from 2014 to 2016.
Kerry went on to play Becky in the TV movie Free Rein: The Twelve Neighs Of Christmas, a TV movie about a broken festive ornament that reveals a family secret.
Kerry Ingram had one of the most heartbreaking Game Of Thrones exits (Picture: Instagram)The actress then starred as Becky in TV series Free Rein, this time set in the English countryside about a girl who befriends a horse.
Kerry is active on Instagram, sharing with her fans what she has been up to since leaving Game Of Thrones.
And she still makes jokes about Shireen, recently sharing this meme with her followers.
And here she is catching up with another former Game Of Thrones star, Iwan Rheon.
Kerry chilling with Ramsay Bolton himself, Iwan Rheon (Picture: Instagram)Meanwhile the stars of the show past and present got together for the premiere of season eight.
The likes of Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Maisie Williams and Sansa Stark were joined by former co-stars Sean Bean, Jason Momoa, Mark Addy and Jack Gleeson.
Game Of Thrones returns 14 April on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.
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