WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for Game Of Thrones.

WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for Game Of Thrones.

Sansa had been married to Ramsay, who ended up being sexually and emotionally abusive towards her.

So Sansa was the one that did the action and wished to kill Ramsay but setting his own dogs on him.

But before he expired he told her: "You can not kill me. I'm part of you now."

“He Is saying he is put himself into her head”

There were many theories about this line but the main one that like Jon Snow refuses to die is that Sansa is pregnant.

While there have been no indications that she was pregnant in the final episodes of the last season, supporters believed this might be shown in series seven.

However one of the shows performers, Liam Cunningham who plays with Ser Davos, has disproved this theory once and for all.

"I would imagine it's open to whatever you would like it to be, but I think he's saying he's set himself into her head," Liam told Tv Guide.

"I would imagine it's open to whatever you want it to be, but I think he's saying he's put himself into her head," Liam told Tv Guide.

The theory was also denied by Watchers on the Wall, a fan site famous because of its exact spoilers.

"I 'm enormously happy to report that Watchers on the Wall can set a certain "theory" to bed," the site said.

"If any in our readership believed a certain insistent rumor, the following can be a relief to hear: Sansa will NOT be (or get) pregnant in season seven."

Spoilers for season seven have already leaked and it appears like it is going to function as the finest one yet.

According to reports, Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow will eventually meet but disaster strikes when the Night King burns down the wall and gets her dragon.

There is certainly also reported to be a huge conflict involving the Lannisters and The Tyrells.

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