Rhaenyra & Laenor Velaryon, Baby Joffrey
Emmy D’Arcy will play the elder Rhaenyra; John Macmillian will play the elder Laenor. The baby is most likely their third child, ‘Joff’.
Queen Alicent & Ser Criston Cole
Olivia Cooke will take over as the elder Queen Alicent — and Ser Criston clearly isn’t working for her.
Queen Alicent & Helaena Targaryen
In addition to Olivia Cooke’s Alicent, Phia Saban will be in attendance as Alicent and King Viserys’ youngest child, Helaena. If you think Targaryen’s family ties used to be creepy, don’t worry…
Aegon II Targaryen
Aegon (Tom Glynn-Carney) is the biggest challenge to Rhaenyra’s rule – and the green outfit and training session with Ser Criston suggest he’s gearing up for a fight with his half-sister.
Ser Harwin, Ser Criston, Aemond Targaryen, Jacaerys Velaryon
Prince Jacaerys (Harry Collett) and Prince Aemond (Leo Ashton) get some sparring. Note the emerging difference in color in their clothing.
Daemon Targaryen & Laena Velaryon
Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) will officially wife Lady Laena, after their apparent flirtation at Rhaenyra’s wedding.
Lady Laena Velaryon
Nanna Blondell is about to show just how ambitious a grown-up Leana Velaryon can be once she enters Game of Thrones.
Daemon, Baela and Rhaena Targaryen
Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) goes from creepy uncle to Zaddy with the birth of his twin girls Baela and Rhaena with Laena Velaryon.
Baela and Rhaena Targaryen
Bethany Antonia (Lady Baela) and Phoebe Campbell (Lady Rhaena) add a new future faction vying for the Iron Throne.
Lady Baela (Bethany Antonia) takes a crash course in dragon egg care.
Lord Lyonel Strong
Lyonel Strong (Gavin Spokes) is about to see his job as Hand of the King and the father of the Strong family collide.
Ser Harwin “Breakbones” Strong
Harwin, played by Ryan Corr, is the eldest son of Hand of the King Lyonel Strong, brother Larys and is part of Rhaenyra’s guard.
Matthew Needham’s Larys Strong is quickly becoming the Littlefinger of House of the Dragon.