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WARNING: Spoilers for “Game of Thrones” below: It wasn't written in the stars, but possibly on a poster? Some “Game of Thrones” fans believe the identity of the eventual ruler of Westeros was actually revealed in a promotional image that previewed the very first season of HBO's epic fantasy drama. The picture, below, shows Ned Stark (played by Sean Bean) on the Iron Throne.Entertainment People
Prince William Shares the Adorable Nickname He Gave Princess CharlotteNews HuffPost UK
"Look around the world and consider the health of Liberal Democrats," TheresaMay said on Tuesday as she made her final doomed plea to MPs to back herBrexit deal
Piers Morgan is convinced she DIDN'T have a good night's sleepSports Reuters
The Briton, excused media duties following the death of Mercedes' non-executive chairman and triple world champion Niki Lauda, lapped the treacherous street circuit with a quickest time of one minute 11.118 seconds in the afternoon on soft tyres. The five-times world champion, seven points clear of team mate Valtteri Bottas at the top of the standings after five races, had set the pace on a dry morning with a time of 1:12.106. Red Bull's Max Verstappen was second fastest in the first session, just 0.059 slower than Hamilton, but sat out much of the afternoon with a suspected water leak.News The Telegraph
Emiliano Sala did not want to join Cardiff City, a haunting voice message from the striker has revealed.News The Telegraph
Arsene Wenger has spoken for the first time about life after Arsenal, declaring the Europa League final in Baku “a nightmare” for his former club's fans, and condemning the circumstances in which Henrikh Mkhitaryan finds himself unable to play. In a wide-ranging interview to accompany his investment in a football technology company, the 69-year-old spoke extensively about the past 12 months away from the game, and how he had been able to reconnect with his family having “neglected” them over 40 years in coaching. The Frenchman said that he remained a fan of his former club, who play Chelsea in the final in Azerbaijan on Wednesday, and that he still planned to take another job in football.