'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke trolled by mascot with coffee cup

Game of Thrones &apos Emilia Clarke 'does not drinketh the Starbucks tea&apos in cup-gate

Speaking on HBO's Game of Thrones Inside the Episode post-episode feature, Benioff and Weiss chalked up Dany's decision to torch King's Landing and its innocent citizens to a sense of loneliness. The only problem being that no one knows for certain who the coffee cup culprit was.

It seems that Clarke, 32, is also jokingly blaming herself for the misplaced cup.

The cup was an obvious reference to the recent Game of Thrones production blooper that went viral, with Clarke's character Daenerys Targaryen caught in a scene with a takeout coffee cup in front of her.

The lead actors of the show earn about $500,000 per episode, this applies to both seasons 7 and 8.

Clarke didn't directly admit to being responsible for the blunder, but the evidence points in her direction. "We all have the same cups for all of our water and tea and everything", Sophie explained, after Jimmy Fallon, showed a picture of Sophie holding a Starbucks cup on set.

After a bunch of fans spotted an out of era coffee cup in the last episode of GoT the fans all across the world went insane that how Winterfell got Starbucks before Wakanda.

Warning that she was about to give a spoiler away for "Game of Thrones" episode three, "The Long Night", Turner said: "This girl dies!" pointing at Ramsey, suggested the photo hadn't been taken at the same time as the anachronistic coffee cup was being filmed.

HBO has discreetly refreshed the latest scene of Game of Thrones to carefully expel an espresso mug that unintentionally advanced into a scene, setting the web ablaze with an apparently unending stream of images all the while. The series stars Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.

One stunned follower exclaimed: "I see a coffee cup!" "Is that a coffee cup?'" Maybe it is getting this much attention because nobody expects Game of Thrones to make such a silly mistake as they have managed to make none throughout the last seven seasons of the show.

Describing how bad it was, she opened up, saying: "I used to put on makeup without looking in the mirror, which probably made me look a lot worse".