Westeros came to the West Coast for the premiere of the highly anticipated penultimate series of Game Of Thrones. The show’s stars, including British actors Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner and Kit Harington, gathered at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. They used a Snapchat filter to create pictures of themselves as White Walkers, the supernatural beings which threaten the world of the fantasy series. The face of their leader, the Night King, was beamed onto a screen outside the venue.
Commuters in London can take all sorts of things in their stride - including, it appears, an invasion of supernatural warriors from Game Of Thrones. A group of White Walkers, joined by their leader, the Night King, on horseback, crossed Tower Bridge on Tuesday to promote the seventh season of HBO’s fantasy series. The group of terrifying supernatural ice creatures were spotted at Oxford Circus in the morning before they wandered further east later in the day.
Model Winnie Harlow says she feels “accepted” in London after leaving her native Toronto to make the capital her home. The 22-year-old, pictured, rose to fame as a contestant on America’s Next Top Model. She has vitiligo and was bullied about her condition as a child and teenager in Canada, where she grew up with her two sisters. She said: “I live in London now, I’ve been living here for almost a year. I’m so happy that London has accepted me.
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