Robb Stark star Richard Madden has opened up on the Game of Thrones ending and fans may be surprised to learn what he knows.
Robb hasn’t been seen on the HBO series since season three when he met a very grisly end.
However, that hasn’t stopped him from being asked about how it will all come to an end when the eighth season airs next year.
“Jon Snow saves the day and kills everyone,” he joked to iNews.
Richard went to to explain how he didn’t know what would happen in the end.
“People often ask me if I know what’s happening next. I don’t, but I’m going to start making things up.”
Subsequently, with such a tight lid being kept on the finale, viewers will have to wait until 2019 to find out.
Fans will remember that Robb was part of the infamous Red Wedding where he and his wife Talisa Maegyr (Oona Chaplin) along with his mother Catelyn (Michelle Fairley) were killed upon the orders of Walder Frey (David Bradley).
Aside from the gruesome way in which he made his exit, Richard explained it was hard to leave the show behind.
He said: “It was riddled with a lot of other things for me because that was my family for five years.
“There was a death of the character and then a death of a big chapter in my life.”
Robb was the first of the Stark children to die while Rickon’s (Art Parkinson) demise came a lot later in season six at the hands of Ramsey Bolton (Iwan Rheon).
Meanwhile, Sansa (Sophie Turner), Arya (Maisie Williams) and Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) have managed to survive against the odds.
Sansa star Sophie caused a stir earlier this year when she got the Stark wolf sigil tattooed on her arm.
Accompanied with text which reads “The Pack Survives”, some thought she was hinting at the fate of the Stark children.
But in an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, the actress explained it was a “moral” she wants to live by.
“It’s the Dire Wolf from Game of Thrones and it says, ‘The Pack Survives’,” she explained.
“While I was getting it done people advised me not to because it looked like I was giving everything away. But I wasn’t.
“It’s just a quote from last season but everyone figures that the pack really does survive, but it’s just a moral I like to live by.”
Game of Thrones season 8 will return to HBO and Sky Atlantic in 2019. Seasons 1-7 are currently streaming on NOW TV.