Emilia Clarke shares harrowing photos from her time in hospital

Emilia Clarke

The Game of Thrones actress appeared in a special feature on CBS Sunday Morning to discuss her character, Daenerys Targaryen as well as how she almost died during the filming of the popular HBO series.

She spent a month in hospital after the initial surgery and later returned to set to film Game of Thrones season two, but was told she had a second aneurysm which could lie dormant or burst at any time.

Speaking on United States talkshow CBS Sunday Morning, Clarke also shared how the surgery left her with depression.

Game Of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has shared candid snaps from the hospital during her recovering from her first brain aneurysm. "If a part of your brain doesn't get blood to it, it will just no longer work".

"I know she would have love to have been here, but, of course, 10 years of your life in an unbelievable series like that it's a big deal for her so we're super proud of her and we wish her the best of luck".

Game of Thrones' eighth and final season will begin its broadcast with episode one on April 15, on Sky Atlantic at 2am and 9pm.

Emilia spoke about her journey during an appearance on CBS News.

When asked by a different outlet if Clarke ever told him if her "GOT" character dies, Golding was quick to share a laugh and say, "What are you talking about?"

One third of people die from the specific type of stroke she was experiencing.

The first procedure to fix the aneurysm failed and left her in agony before doctors performed a second to improve her chance of survival.

"I always say it's my taste in men that's no longer there!".

The actress says she feared she would never act again, which is her "reason for living". "But with the second one, I found it much harder to stay optimistic".

"For a very long time I thought it was my ability to act, it was a very, very deep paranoia".

"And that became the thing that just saved me from considering my own mortality".

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