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How Actors’ Families Really Reacted To Their Nude Scenes

After showing a lot of skin in the first three seasons of “Game of Thrones” (and not without reluctance), Emilia Clarke finally put her foot down. As the actress gained more confidence, she fought against unnecessary nude scenes, so she managed to go for two seasons without taking off her clothes. However, Clarke ultimately broke that streak, because in Season 6, Daenerys went streaking again. In the episode “Book of the Stranger,” Clarke’s character burns down an entire temple and emerges from the flames, naked but unscathed.

Emilia Clarke told “Live! With Kelly” that her parents were supportive of her work but weren’t really keeping up with the latest seasons because they felt their daughter had a more diminished role in the show. According to Clarke, her parents told her, “Darling, you’re not doing much in this season.” Wanting to show her parents that the Mother of Dragons hadn’t lost her spark, Clarke begged them to watch a certain episode, where her character left a very strong impression. She had forgotten, of course, that this also happened to be the episode where Dany burned away all her clothes. Clarke remembered this only as she sat down with her family to watch it. As the actress recalls, the moment her parents were exposed to Dany in all of her fiery glory, her dad cried, “Again?”

Yes, again. To be fair, this moment was a much more tasteful use of nudity, one that Clarke felt much more comfortable with.

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