Eagle-eyed "Game of Thrones" fans spotted an unlikely error.
"Let's clear this up!" the 23-year-old actress told Fallon when he suggested she may have been responsible.
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"Oh and this ain't a spoiler just a lost wanderer coming home for a mid filming cuppa....(fire emoji) @prideofgypsies you so fire you make my hair turn blue".
In a statement to INSIDER, HBO joked: "In response to inquiries from those who saw a craft services coffee cup in Sunday night's episode of "Game of Thrones": The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake".
A little confusing, sure, but it seems she's trying to say "It waaaazzzzzzn't meee". (A "chyron" is the text caption you often see used on news programs to identify who's speaking.) In this case, Clarke's chyron features her fictional Targaryen queen's entire parade of official titles.
To me, it's unclear if Emilia Clarke is saying she wore armor at some point or if it's an offhand comment by Nathalie Emmanuel.
As for the armor question, we'll just have to watch the last two episodes to find out.