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Game of Thrones season 8 set photo confirms big reunion for Jon Snow

The Independent logo The Independent 08/02/2018 Jack Shepherd

Kit Harington standing in front of a wall © Provided by The Independent Production on season eight of Game of Thrones has been underway for some time, but the amount of big leaks being surprisingly small. 

However, thanks to some pesky photographer, we now know at least one (not hugely surprising) reunion will definitely be taking place.

Warning: spoilers for season eight below. Proceed with caution.

Still here? Well, Game of Thrones fans, you will be glad to know that Jon Snow, played by Kit Harrington, has been spotted on set and in costume alongside Samwell Tarly (John Bradley).

As noted by Digital Spy, Samwell appears to be walking alongside Jon wearing a hood.

Throughout season seven, Samwell spent the majority of time at the Citadel, learning to become a Maester. However, during the last episode, the character returned to Winterfell to reveal Jon’s true parentage to Bran Stark.

Meanwhile, Jon, who was primarily based at Dragonstone or beyond The Wall, has set sail on his and Daenerys’s love-boat. And while we were obviously going to see Samwell and Jon together at Winterfell, the location of these photos — Croatia — has been the primary set for King’s Landing.

How exactly the pair get to the capital of Westeros remains unknown. Season eight reaches HBO and Sky Atlantic in 2019.

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