The cast of Game of Thrones can pretty much give nothing away about the final season but they have been allowed to talk about how they are feeling about it.
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Emilia Clarke, who of course plays Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO fantasy series gave quite an honest if blunt answer to how she felt about her final scenes.
"It f*cked me up... Knowing that is going to be a lasting flavour in someone's mouth of what Daenerys is," she said.
While Emilia also spoke to our own Brian Lloyd about the final season in a recent interview for Solo: A Star Wars Story.
"All I guarantee is that it is moving and epic beyond words. I can't even. As a human being, emotionally, it's a massive thing to be walking away from so just know that every single actor's come to it and given their everything.
"It's like a marathon and we've just reached the last hundred metre dash and we're going to throw everything at it."
Somebody please tell us how it is still SO LONG until the final season? You can catch these emotional last scenes of Emilia's in season eight which doesn't premiere until 2019.