Jaime kills Cersei Lannister | Game of Thrones Season 8 Theory | BuzzChomp

Jaime kills Cersei Lannister, completing her prophesy. This Game of Thrones Season 8 theory is coming true! Part of our BuzzChomp entertainment video series.


This Game of Thrones season 8 theory is definitely one I think will come true. Jaime Lannister will kill Cersei Lannister!

This dates back to season 2 when Cersei is in the Red Keep during Stannis’ attack on King’s Landing. She tells Sansa the story of Maggie the frog and her prophecy. Cersei would bare three children, all three would die, and Cersei would be killed by her younger brother.

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Obviously, Cersei thought the younger brother of note was Tyrion, but it’s actually Jaime. The signs are all there, especially has become Cersei so extreme. Jaime sees who she really is and will once again slay the one sitting on the throne. Queen Slayer!

Jaime has always been faithful to Cersei and blinded by her. Now that he sees her true self, he will no longer protect her. This Game of Thrones season 8 theory is happening.

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