The nerves have well and truly set in for Game of Thrones (GoT) fans as the final episode of the groundbreaking series is about to be unleashed on the world.

And it appears that the mixed reaction to the final season has actress Sophie Turner wary about the outcome of the finale as she recently admitted that she thinks fans may be “upset” by how it all wraps up.

Speaking to The Sunday Times Magazine, she said: “It’s a great ending, from my perspective, it’s very satisfying. But I think a lot of people will be upset too.”

The actress, who married singer Joe Jonas in Las Vegas earlier in May, revealed that there is “definitely a relief” in the show ending after eight years but added that she is now experiencing “a bit of an identity crisis”.

“I’ve grown up for so many years as this character,” she explained. “If I wasn’t filming, I was promoting it, if I wasn’t promoting it then it was on TV.”

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Sansa, Thank you for teaching me resilience, bravery and what true strength really is. Thank you teaching me to be kind and patient and to lead with love. I grew up with you. I fell in love with you at 13 and now 10 years on.. at 23 I leave you behind, but I will never leave behind what you’ve taught me. To the show and the incredible people who make it, thank you for giving me the best life and drama lessons I could have ever asked for. Without you I wouldn’t be the person I am today. Thank you for giving me this chance all those years ago. And finally to the fans. Thank you for falling in love with these characters and supporting this show right through till the end. I’ll miss this more than anything.

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“I was immersed in Sansa, so finally stepping out of it, I don’t actually know what I like to do or who I really am.”

She added that part of the reason why she’s having trouble letting Sansa go is because she feels so attached to the character.

“She’s taught me resilience, because we both kind of started out wide-eyed,” she said. “Me not realising what the industry really was, her not realising what the world of Westeros really was.”

The end is nigh, folks.