Game Of Thrones' Richard Madden reveals his theory about how the final season of the HBO series ends

Mail Online | 8/18/2018 | Ellie Phillips For Mailonline
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The hotly-anticipated eighth season of Game Of Thrones is set to be released in early 2019.

And Richard Madden, who portrayed Robb Stark in the first three seasons of the HBO series - now in its eighth - has given his theory about how the forthcoming final episode will play out.

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The Scottish actor, 32, jokingly told i newspaper: 'Jon Snow saves the day and kills everyone,' with a gleeful smile on his face.

But he then confessed: 'People often ask me if I know what's happening next. I don't, but I'm going to start making things up.'

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And while he's happy to fabricate elaborate plots about the fantasy drama series' finale, he won't even touch on his personal life.

The actor - who is reportedly dating actress Ellie Bamber, 21 - is fervently intent on keeping his private life, private, refusing point blank to speak about it.

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Richard did reveal, however, that he made the decision to keep his private life just that, early on in his acting career.

He said: 'I think you have a choice. If you choose to bring your personal life into the public domain and actively do that then once you open that door it's very hard to close it.'

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And despite starring in Game of Thrones, he admitted: 'I don't feel famous. I choose to stay out of that world as much as possible.'

While he won't talk about his personal relationships, Richard is happy to open up about his thoughts on stripping naked for acting roles.

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After starring in Game of Thrones, in which the depictions of nude sexual encounters detailed in George R. R. Martin's never-ending novels certainly weren't shied away from, Richard admits he worries about his appearance, 'all the f**king time.'

The actor confessed that in every script he reads, his character is required to take his shirt off within...
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