GAME OF THRONES fans have been speculating about Cersei Lannister’s death ever since season seven began, but now one viewer has thrown another suspect into the mix.
The Volanqar theory derives from a witch who spoke to Cersei about her future, predicting she’d not only become queen but have three children who would perish.
However, the book’s texts included one more prophecy, which read: “And when your tears have drowned you, the Valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you.”
A new Game of Thrones season 7 theory has emerged regarding Cersei Lannister’s death
But now, Reddit user arxe has suggested that perhaps it’s not Cerise’s “little brother” but the unborn sibling of her three deceased children – the one that will kill her in childbirth.
The full theory begins: “So, we know that Cersei was told she will die by the ‘little brother’ and people have been debating Jamie/Tyrion for a while…
“But what if this new development that Cersei is pregnant allows for a bit of a twist on this prophecy? What if she bears another son? That child would be a little brother to her deceased children. And, what if the boy is deformed or a dwarf like Tyrion? What happened to their mother during Tyrion’s birth? She died!”
One Reddit user has suggested that Cersei Lannister’s unborn child may be the one who kills her
“I think it would be the ultimate cosmic justice for all the crap she’s given Tyrion over the years – blaming him for killing her mother, etc.”
Another theory doing the rounds is one that suggests The Night King’s plan was to entrap Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and kill one of her children all along.
Many viewers have become convinced that the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) and the army of the dead planned to lure Daenerys beyond The Wall in order to trap her dragons.
The White Walkers have remained north of The Wall since the battle at Hardhome in season five, episode eight, and it seems they have been waiting for the Mother of Dragons to venture north.
It is believed that the army of the dead, who were previously too weak to break through The Wall, will now use Viserion to their advantage.