Game Of Thrones’ Maisie Williams lets slip Ayra Stark DIES in the second episode of season eight – before revealing spoiler is an April Fool’s Day joke

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GAME Of Thrones star Maisie Williams accidentally let slip that Arya Stark DIES in the final series of the hit HBO show.

The actress, 21, was left visibly shaken when she dropped the major spoiler during her appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon – before revealing it was actually complete lie and just an April Fool’s Day prank.

Maisie Williams let slip Arya Stark dies in the final season of Game of Thrones – before revealing it was an April Fool’s Day prank on last night’s Jimmy Fallon
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Speaking about life on the show, Maisie said: “During shooting the final days were really emotional, saying goodbye to all of the cast.

“Because when I found out that Arya died in the second episode, I was -,” before quickly stopping herself.

The British star then gasped in horror and put a panicked hand over her mouth.

She then frantically asked: “Is this live? We can edit that out, right?”

The actress has played Arya Stark since the very first season of the hit HBO drama
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The actress was seriously convincing as she acted panicked before running offstage
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Looking at the studio audience, she added: “They’re still gonna tweet about it. I’m really sorry.”

Trying to reassure the actress the show was pre-recorded and could be cut, Jimmy said: “We can edit it out, don’t worry about it.”

Maisie then looked moments from tears and quickly ran offstage.

Jimmy then went to check on the actress before they both emerged from the curtain and shouted: “April Fool’s.”

Thankfully it was all an April Fool’s Day prank
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The prank came after Game of Thrones fans were left convinced Arya would be the last Stark child standing after watching the chilling season 8 trailer.

Fans headed to Twitter to express their disbelief after the teaser showed Jon Snow tell Arya “now it’s just us”.

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