Although Sansa and Jon eventually got Winterfell in the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones’ again from Ramsay Bolton sixth season, it seems as though their troubles have just begun.

Although Sansa and Jon eventually got Winterfell in the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones’ again from Ramsay Bolton sixth season, it seems as though their troubles have just begun. Throughout a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Sophie Turner — who plays the elder Stark daughter — spoke about what viewers can expect for her character when the HBO drama returns in 2017, suggesting that the comfort of success is likely to be short-lived.

“She ’s seemingly in control for the very first time – and it suits her. “She ’s having a little power trip. But she’s also getting more insecure because there are hazards to the power that she holds

While it’s cloudy where those threats will stem from, judging by the peek it appears there may be some upcoming tension between the half sibs turned cousins. Obviously, there’s also the ever-looming presence of Queen Cersei as well as the entrance of Daenerys to worry about.

“What overall excites me about this season is the fact that chief characters are coming and it feels like things are ramping up,” she said. “ all feels like it’s coming into a big decision and It’s exciting.”

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