Game of Thrones Season 8: Prophecy in George R R Martin's novel REVEALS Cersei will die at the hands of Jaime

Cersei Lannister is the biggest antagonist on Game of Thrones and it may have to take her twin brother and lover, Jaime Lannister, to finally put an end to her tyranny. Read below to know the prophecy which attains to this theory.
According to a prophecy in A Feast for Crows, Cersei Lannister will die at the hands of her twin brother and lover, Jaime Lannister.According to a prophecy in A Feast for Crows, Cersei Lannister will die at the hands of her twin brother and lover, Jaime Lannister.
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Game of Thrones is just two episodes away from reaching its conclusion as season 8 is the last time we see our favourite GOT characters. We will finally get the answer after almost a decade to the question - who wins the game of thrones? While many still believe that Jon Snow or Daenerys Targaryen comes the closest to attaining the Iron Throne, some state that it will the Lannisters, who will have the last laugh. But the question arises - whose side are Tyrion Lannister and Jaime Lannister on - Dany or Cersei Lannister?

In Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 4, we saw Jaime leave Winterfell and a heartbroken Ser Brienne of Tarth behind, stating that he has to be by his sister's side, no matter what. However, it's not been confirmed as to what Jaime's intentions are on returning back to King's Landing. A prophecy from George R. R. Martin's novel may shed some light on why Jaime left. According to Vox, in A Feast For Crow, a witch named Maggy The Frog is seen delivering a prophecy about Cersei becoming queen and having three children, which was shown in Game of Thrones as well. However, there was one line edited in the series which was in the books.

 

Maggy says, "And when your tears have drowned you, the valonqar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you."

Valonqar in High Valyrians means little brother. While you might think the prophecy is referring to Tyrion, you can't neglect the fact that Jaime is also younger than Cersei. Hence, Cersei will definitely be caught by surprise if it's Jaime who kills her instead.

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Do you think Jaime has what it takes to be the Queenslayer or will his love for Cersei overpower his humanity? Let us know your views in the comments section below.

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All theories in vain. What have you done, Dan&Dave?

Sansa wins!!

Nerd alert it's Chunk

I think she will have a trial by battle. And sandor will kill the mountain thus killing her. Afterall he is also the youngest brother

I think it will be Jamie as he feels responsible for her not coming to the battle of the White walkers.

Jaime has to be the one to kill her. It redeems his character.

Jaime has to be the one to kill her. It redeems his character.

Cersie being ultimately killed by Jaime seems to be the only way that Jaime can pay for his sins in the past.

I would be much happier if Drogon has her for a meal!

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