Game Of Thrones stars tie the knot

Sneak peek at the castle where GOT stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie will marry

Sneak peek at the castle where GOT stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie will marry

(Web Desk) - Game of Thrones actor Rose Leslie has married her former co-star Kit Harington.

Rose, 31, was a vision as she headed into the chapel on the arm of her father clad in a billowing white gown with a lace bodice and intricately beaded veil that she secured upon her tousled auburn hair.

She greeted the waiting crowd with a "hi" as she stepped out of the vehicle. Cameras caught Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) arriving in the afternoon wearing all-black while carrying his suit in a garment bag.

Their nuptials were attended by several members of the "Game of Thrones" cast, including Peter Dinklage, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, and Emilia Clarke.

The couple met filming the series, where their characters Ygritte and Jon Snow fell in love beyond the wall. The couple are tying the knot in a church, but the reception will be held at Wardhill Castle, which Rose's family just happens to own (NBD, right?).

Speaking outside the castle Sebastian Leslie said: "We are absolutely thrilled for Kit and Rose to be marrying today".

And he said: "It's a great day for Aberdeenshire".

Yunyao Li, 23, and Qiong dan Xu, 23, said they are fans of Harington's alter-ego in Game Of Thrones.




Leslie's look is absolutely stunning - from the lace and beading gown details to the lovely flower crown on her head.

They announced their engagement in the London Times a year ago and are expected to marry at Wardhill Castle.

Something tells us this is the happiest wedding the Game of Thrones cast has ever seen.

Harington and Leslie met on the show in 2012.

Harington and Leslie have kept their wedding details private, but multiple media outlets have been able to confirm that it will take place this weekend at the Scottish castle because of a marriage notice they posted at the register office in the nearby town of Huntly.

"If you're already attracted to someone, and then they play your love interest in the show, it's becomes very easy to fall in love...".

"The country is handsome ... the northern lights are magical ... it was there that I fell in love", he said.

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