"GoT" star Hafthor Björnsson will soon have a son. Whether or not he will be able to be there when he is born is still a question.
"Game of Thrones" star Hafthor Björnsson (31) is plagued by uncertainty. After the actor came into contact with someone infected with the coronavirus, he has to endure. On Instagram, he keeps his fans up to date: "I'm finally approaching the end of a seven-day quarantine." On Tuesday (September 22nd) he could take a test after the incubation period had expired. For the Icelander, a lot depends on it.
Can he stand by his wife?
"If I get a positive diagnosis, it means another 14-day quarantine," explains Björnsson. But not only that: "Unfortunately, this also means that there is a possibility that I will miss the birth of my son and not be able to be with my wife to support her during the birth and (our son, editor's note) welcome to the world. "
Björnsson, who starred in the series "Game of Thrones" as Gregor Clegane alias "Der Berg", has been married to his wife Kelsey Henson (30) since 2018. In March 2020, the couple announced that they were expecting offspring. You look forward to a boy. The actor has a daughter from a previous relationship.