House Of The Dragon star Milly Alcock admits she misses wearing her white blonde wig

House Of The Dragon star Milly Alcock admits she misses wearing her white blonde wig (even though it took 90 minutes to glue on every day)

House Of The Dragon star Milly Alcock has admitted she misses the distinctive look she had during filming.  

Speaking to The Daily Mail’s Alison Boshoff in London this week, Milly said that she is pining after the white-blonde wigs she was glued into. 

Despite it being a 90-minute daily process to apply, the Australian actress, 22, thought they lent her a distinctive otherworldly air. 

New look: House Of The Dragon star Milly Alcock has admitted she misses wearing her white blonde wig (even though it took 90 minutes to glue on every day)

Coming soon: She plays the leading role for the first half of the series, which starts on Monday

New look: House Of The Dragon star Milly Alcock has admitted she misses wearing her white blonde wig (even though it took 90 minutes to glue on every day) 

‘When I take off the wigs I realise “Oh… this is my face,2’ she said with an air of disappointment.

Asked which family in the fantasy world she would like to belong to she replied: ‘The Stark family. I like the accent.’ 

She’s in good company. Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner spent years attempting to sound like Yorkshireman Sean Bean, who played their father Ned Stark in Game Of Thrones. Apparently, it was one of their favourite ways to pass the time. 

Icon: Milly is on posters across the globe thanks to her starring role as Rhaenyra Targaryen in the blockbuster prequel to Game Of Thrones

Icon: Milly is on posters across the globe thanks to her starring role as Rhaenyra Targaryen in the blockbuster prequel to Game Of Thrones

Milly is on posters across the globe thanks to her starring role as Rhaenyra Targaryen in the blockbuster prequel to Game Of Thrones.

She plays the leading role for the first half of the series, which starts on Monday.

Just two years ago, Milly was living in her mother’s attic and washing dishes in a restaurant to make money, but now she’s set to become one of TV’s biggest new stars thanks to her performance in the Game of Thrones prequel.

The Australian actress dropped out of Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts to pursue her acting career after winning the role as misfit Meg in the award-winning Australian drama Upright.

‘I knew that this opportunity would be so much more of a valuable experience than getting my piece of paper,’ she told of Vogue on her decision to ditch her Year 12 at school.

‘I never doubted it for a second. I was almost too impulsive. I was like: “No, this is what I’ve been working towards and I’ve been given this amazing opportunity with this amazing cast, with this beautiful script.”

House Of The Dragon airs from August 22 on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW in the UK and on HBO and HBO Max in the US. 

One to watch: House Of The Dragon airs from August 22 on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW in the UK and on HBO and HBO Max in the US

One to watch: House Of The Dragon airs from August 22 on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW in the UK and on HBO and HBO Max in the US

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