Sunday July 17, 2022, Emilia Clarke was a guest on the Sunday Morning show on the BBC. Victim of two aneurysms, the ex-star of Game of Thrones made heartbreaking secrets.
The star of Game Of Thrones is a true miracle! On February 11, 2011, at the age of 24, Emilia Clarke suffered an aneurysm after filming the first season of the series that made him famous. Two years later, the young woman again survived an aneurysm. Wishing to tell his story, it’s on the set of the show Sunday Morningon the BBC that the actress revealed on Sunday, July 17, 2022: “It’s remarkable that I can still speak articulately, and live my life completely normally, without any repercussions. I am one of the very, very, very small minority of people who can survive this.“
In order to make herself understood, Emilia Clarke clarified: “As soon as part of your brain does not receive blood for a second, it dies. So the blood finds a different path, but the lost part is forever.“In the past, the interpreter of Daenerys in Game Of Thrones suffered a lot. “It was the most excruciating pain, huge vomiting, I was trying to regain consciousness“, she recalled. In March 2019, in an article written for The New Yorkerthe actress had confided to having been hospitalized in emergency in 2011: “I remember the sound of a siren, of an ambulance. The diagnosis was quick and ominous: subarachnoid hemorrhage, a deadly type of stroke.“
Emilia Clarke: ‘I thought every minute I was going to die’
Moved, the actress said: “My full name is Emilia Isobel Euphemia Rose Clarke. But I couldn’t remember. Instead, meaningless words came out of my mouth.“No longer supporting the pain, she had revealed:”At the bottom, I wanted to end it. Jasked the medical team to let me die. My work – the dream of my life forever – was about language, communication. Without it, I was lost.“A month later, as she was discharged from the hospital, the pain continued to persist.”Season 2 was the worst for me (…) To be very honest, I thought every minute that I was going to die“, she confided. Two years later, it was after having had a brain scan that she learned that the aneurysm had doubled in size and had to be operated on. Since then, Emilia Clarke is much better and seeks to help the victims.
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