PIC: New waxwork of Daenerys Targaryen unveiled in Dublin
Winter has come to the Dublin Waxworks Museum and it's just in time for the final season of Game of Thrones.
We're all really looking forward to episode three next week so be sure to check out some things you may have missed from the trailer here.
To celebrate the show, The National Wax Museum plus unveiled a new waxwork of Daenerys Targaryen, played by Emilia Clarke, following weeks of speculation.
What do you think?
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Laoise Keaveney with the National Wax Museum Plus spoke to FM104 about the new addition to the wax museum.
"It's our first wax work this year and we're delighed to add an extra woman to the museum," she said.
"Game of Thrones obviously is huge in Ireland and it's filmed in Ireland and we thought the best thing is to add a woman from Game of Thrones to the museum.
"She stands in our grand hall of fame now."
The unveiling comes ahead of the big Battle of Winterfell, which is set to air on Sunday night in North America/the really early hours of Monday morning in Ireland.
One particular theory about the battle and the crypts of Winterfell has captured fans' attention lately - mainly, because they believe it could be real.
The most popular theory states that when the Night King attacks, he'll be using his powers to raise the dead Starks within the crypts to attack the living.
Some fans are convinced that this is going to happen because a) it's not totally unlike what the Night King has done before and b) everyone in episode 2 was saying the crypts were safe, which in true Game of Thrones fashion would usually mean the opposite.
But blogger, CUNY professor and Game of Thrones fan Steven Attewell has come up with a theory that everything may actually be OK in the end.
You can read more about that here.