Hannah Waddingham just won a Primetime Emmy for her performance in 'Ted Lasso' on Apple TV+, but that's not the only role she is renowned for.

We recently reported how a clip of the actress performing in the comedy musical 'Spamalot' resurfaced, much to the delight of fans. Hannah Waddingham is also known for her role as Unella in 'Game of Thrones'.

Unella was a Septa of the Faith of the Seven and is remembered for her cruel treatment of Cersei (Lena Headey).

She sent the Lannister Queen down through the streets of King's Landing, naked, while shouting out "Shame!" and ringing a bell.

The moment remains a popular meme.

While appearing on the Kelly Clarkson Show, Hannah Waddingham was asked if it was true that she kept the bell.

"Yes," the actress confirmed. "That's when you know your character is really dead… when they give you the hero thing. 'And thank you very much and goodbye.'"

Kelly Clarkson laughed and commented it was "kind of messed up."

Hannah Waddingham has also opened up about the torture scene in 'Game of Thrones' which sealed her character's fate.

She described it as "other than childbirth, it was the worst day of my life", and detailed how she was waterboarded for hours on set.