The cast of the hugely popular drama has been saying their final goodbyes to the show in recent as filming wraps for the last time - but Maisie decided to make hers a fitting one. Or maybe Williams is announcing that the vengeful fan favorite Arya Stark has decided on a new kind of footwear for the final season of HBO's Golden Globe-winning series.
On July 7, the British actress - who plays Aria Stark on the Emmy-winning show, which was primarily shot in Northern Ireland - shared a snapshot of herself wearing white sneakers splattered with blood.
Williams added a few hashtags to her post, including a couple that may provide a clue to the fate of Arya in the upcoming final season: #lastwomanstanding, followed by #barely.
Couple it with the bloody shoes and you've got the flawless recipe to keep rabid fans busy for however long it takes "Game of Thrones" to come back to our television sets and finally finish its epic story. "What a joy I've had". Fans have speculated that the eighth and final season of GoT will see the death of multiple main cast members, and at the INTV Conference in Israel in March, HBO executives seemed to confirm as much.
She joked: "No, [Arya] likes red. Here's to the adventures to come".
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And furthermore, Maisie believes Arya has become a feminine hero for many because of her differences from other female characters.
Some suggested it was simply referring to the fact that Maisie is the last of the actresses to film her scenes.
"It's just a quote from last season", she said.
We guess we have to wait until 2019 to find out how Game of Thrones ends.