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Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams Used to 'Kiss' Each Other in Middle of Scenes on Game of Thrones Sets

Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams Used to 'Kiss' Each Other in Middle of Scenes on Game of Thrones Sets

'Game of Thrones' star Sophie Turner revealed while appearing on a talk show that she and co-actor Maisie Williams used to kiss each other on the sets to see people's reactions.

Game of Thrones actors Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams are among the better of friends from the series' entire cast. Both Turner and Williams have never shied away from expressing mutual admiration and love for each other during interviews and public appearances. Their charming chemistry was also fueled by the fact that both were almost the same age group when they started filming HBO's fantasy-drama in 2011.

Giving a sneak peek into their striking relationship, Turner, whose film X Men- Dark Phoenix released in theaters on Friday, June 5, admitted during a candid interview that she and Williams would try to kiss whenever possible.

Appearing on Conan this week, show host Conan O'Brien asked Turner about her relationship with Williams, saying, as quoted by cosmopolitan.com, "There were people who thought, you two were so close, they thought, 'are they (Turner and Williams) a couple?"

Turner replied, "Oh, we fully knew about it, we played into it...So on the set, we would do the scene, and then we would try to, you know, just try to kiss each other in the middle of the scene and see if anyone would react. And it's Game of Thrones, so incest is so normal, that they were just like, 'that's fine.' It was probably the most tame thing that happened on the show, actually."

Adding further Conan asked, "You wanted to get it out there that you two were a couple as a joke?" to which Sophie replied by saying, "Yeah, sometimes you just wanna make out with your best friend."

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