The actress recollects of the days when had a hard time shooting on the sets of GOT
Amongst the most cherished characters on Game of Thrones who instantly forced the audience to fell in love with her innocence was Arya Stark of Winterfell, and as the time went by, we unknowingly bonded with her. During her intimate scene in the final season, it was unbearable to watch as it seemed that our very own sister was there as the fans have been watching her grow from a child to a young woman in front of their very eyes. The character of Arya Stark was played by Maisie Williams who was scarcely 11 when she was given a role as the rebellious Stark, who spent the vast majority of her time on the show as a boy in Westeros, learning the strategies to retaliate for every one of the wrongs done to House Stark. Be that as it may, for Maisie, playing Arya was a hard time, particularly with her developing body. In a recent fashion interview with Vogue, Williams talked indeed about the time she felt embarrassed about her body.
It was somewhere around season 2 or 3 of Game of Thrones when Maisie's body began to grow as she was maturing into a fine lady, however for Arya, she needed to mask herself as a boy - who had short hair while canvassed in dirt and have her nose concealed to look more extensive. The actress saw herself to look manly." And they'd also put this strap across my chest to flatten any growth that had started. And that just felt horrible for six months of the year, and I felt a bit ashamed for a while," the 22-year-old actress admitted to Vogue.
Since Game of Thrones is, at last, came to an end, Williams has a long way ahead in life waiting to be unleashed, with regards to her fashion sense which has most likely turned out to be more feminine, in light of her recent gorgeous red carpet looks. "So with this new phase of my style, it is nice to look more feminine and have a real waistline and embrace the body that I have," Maisie stated.