Game of Thrones fans reckon 'leak' reveals who will play the new Prince of Dorne
Game of Thrones viewers are full of speculation as to who will play the new Prince of Dorne.
In episode four, there was a conversation about who will stand by Daenerys’ side during the take down of Cersei Lannister.
And while not much was revealed, one of the nobles mentioned that the new Prince of Dorne will ‘pledge his alliance.’
Since then, fans have taken to Twitter, where they started to put two and two together and suggested that Toby Osmond will play the newcomer.
And they might just be on to something.
We reached out to the actor to see if he’d give up any, literally any, information about the upcoming episodes.
And while he refused to confirmed anything, he did tell us: ‘I will say Dorne is the best Kingdom.’ Is that because you’re its new prince?
Last year it was rumoured that star was the latest addition to the GOT family, following an update on his Spotlight CV.
The bio in the document hinted at a role and claimed that Toby had finished filming for the final series of a fantasy saga.
It read: ‘Earlier this year completed filming a great royal role in the next (and final) series of an epic network fantasy saga (airing Spring 2019).’
Chatting to Metro.co.uk at the time, Toby addressed the speculation, where he said: ‘Like a lot of actors, I don’t have sole control over my Spotlight CV, but there’s a few articles saying I made a slip up, and actually I did not.’
The star explained how he was busy swanning around a number of LA film festivals when the rumours started to swirl.
He continued: ‘[A publicist] actually googled me before our meeting, which was good cause I googled her, and interestingly she had information about me that I had no idea about.
‘She was like, “oh yeah, there’s loads of articles about you,” and I was like, “what? Is there now?”’
Toby laughed: ‘It was quite exciting really, it was exciting, but I viewed it with some nervous trepidation I suppose.’
Talking about his reaction when he saw his updated CV, the star said: ‘I was like, “Oh my God, ooft, yeah, this is explicit isn’t it?”
‘So, I contacted my agency and said: “Should we, urm, tone that down? Get rid of it a bit?”’
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