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When I look back, I don’t have regrets. In the moment I am really, really hard on myself, I’m definitely my own worst critic and can be my own worst enemy, and I’m trying very hard not to be that.
why did i let tumblr talk me into watching this show: a biography written from the fetal position on my bedroom floor
At least it’s not your bedroom ceiling
Margaery has had some interesting arranged marriages. Do you enjoy seeing her make it through all these relationships? It’s kind of refreshing as a woman not to be playing a character that’s just defined by whom she’s in love with, to be honest. With Margaery, political ambition is motivating her—her relationships with all these different men has an agenda. Game of Thrones is like The Hunger Games in so far as it has beautiful writing of strong, complex, contradictory women—whether you’re talking about Arya Stark or Brienne of Tarth, who are physically empowering themselves; or women like Cersei and Margaery, who are doing the more traditional political court machinations. - Natalie Dormer; Photographed by Chad Pitman for Yahoo! Style (x)