Prince Charles Seems to Be a Fan of 'Game of Thrones' — See Him Pose with a Willow Iron Throne

Prince Charles, who showed up in a mask made by artisans of the Turquoise Mountain Foundation, recently visited the throne made for the "Game of Thrones" wrap party in Northern Ireland. 

Along with his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles headed out to Belfast to do a series of commitments and honor frontline workers in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The Prince of Wales and Camilla were shown an extraordinary willow Iron Throne made for a gathering to celebrate the debut of the last season of "Game of Thrones" while at the Ulster Museum. Filming of the hit show happened in several areas around Northern Ireland.

Prince Charles and Camilla on March 4, 2020 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Charles and Camilla on March 4, 2020 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images

Charles, the heir apparent to the British throne as the oldest child of the Queen, looked delighted as he stood in front of the structure made by local, Bob Johnson, of Bob's Baskets.

The hit fantasy drama television series has been a popular show within the British royal family. In 2014, Her Majesty and her husband, Prince Philip, also toured the set of "Game of Thrones" in Northern Ireland. 

Queen Elizabeth was led into the throne room, where she met the cast and came face-to-face with the Iron Throne. In 2017, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton revealed in an interview on Radio 1 that they love watching "Game of Thrones" with a takeaway curry.

"We've watched Homeland, big fans of Homeland," William said. "Game of Thrones we've watched as well. Seems like everyone has watched Game of Thrones." The prince added that the hit series was "worth a watch."

"Game of Thrones" concluded on May 19, 2019, with 73 episodes broadcast over eight seasons.

Kate likewise had fangirl moments meeting members of the cast. She met Tom Wlaschiha, who portrayed the role of Jaqen H'ghar in the series, during a trip to Germany.

In an interview, Wlaschiha said, "They said they really liked Game of Thrones and have watched every [season]." He added that William and Kate wanted spoilers from him.

However, the German actor told them he could not do that. Wlaschiha said he is surprised the royal couple has time to watch such a long-running show. The actor is also known for his role as Sebastian Berger in the television series, "Crossing Lines."

Meanwhile, Kit Harington, who shot to fame for his breakthrough role as Jon Snow on "Game of Thrones," revealed that Camilla was a major fan of the show during an interview on "The Jonathan Ross Show."

"Game of Thrones" concluded on May 19, 2019, with 73 episodes broadcast over eight seasons. The show has an ensemble cast estimated to be the biggest on television.

Many people recently mourned the passing of veteran actress, Dame Diana Rigg, who played the regal schemer Olenna Tyrell in the show. "Game of Thrones" earned Rigg a whole new generation of fans.

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