Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke joins clap for NHS workers with topless new mystery man – The Sun
GAME of Thrones star Emilia Clarke’s mystery man struggles to contain his excitement while cheering for NHS workers.
The actress, 33, looked on in pyjamas while cradling her dog as her topless friend bounced around in her garden last week.
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Emilia laughed and wolf-whistled at her friend, who seemed in great spirits, leaping about in just his shorts.
She managed to stop them both from getting locked out in Hampstead, North London, by keeping a close eye on the door knob.
The television beauty split from her boyfriend, American film director, Charlie McDowell, 36, last year, after dating since 2018.
Speaking to The Times, last month, the star gave an update on her love life, and said: “I am single right now.
"Dating in this industry is interesting.
"I have a lot of anecdotes, a lot of stuff I can say at a fun dinner."
She added: “I was dating actors but I’m not now.”
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