Rhaenyra's probable suitors.

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The aristocratic families of Westeros enter into marriage since it is both a social and political obligation for them.

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At least, this is how Game of Thrones' noblewomen felt, as Sansa was shifted from Joffrey to Tyrion to Ramsay Bolton (gag).

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After her relationship with Joffrey broke down, Margaery Tyrell decided to start a new chapter with Tommen, Joffrey's younger brother.

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Nothing will change. Milly Alcock's daughter Rhaenyra Targaryen reunited with her father on Sunday's House of the Dragon.

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Her father, King Viserys, played by Paddy Considine, is keen that she be married and have children so that he may secure his position as ruler of Westeros once he dies.

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Rhaenyra may very well be the first woman we've seen on film to call out the irony of the situation, despite the fact that numerous males have already done so.

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Jon Snow finds the thought of Laena Velaryon (Nova Fouillis-Mosé) being married distasteful, but her father insists she do so to boost House Targaryen's political dominance.

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The fact that Viserys chose not to marry a child of that age is indicative of the fact that he is sometimes capable of doing good.

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Following his heart and marrying Alicent Hightower, who was still only 15, was a dangerous decision from the standpoint of creating political alliances.

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He did it because he loved her (Emily Carey). It would seem that his decency has a limit beyond which it cannot go.

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