Emilia Clarke cuts her long locks to debut new pixie crop inspired by Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow's famous hairstyle

One excited fan even requested her to sport the same crop for the last episode of Game of Thrones. Now, that would be something, wouldn't it?


                            Emilia Clarke cuts her long locks to debut new pixie crop inspired by Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow's famous hairstyle

Now that filming for the last season of 'Game of Thrones' is over, Emilia Clarke who plays the immensely popular Khaleesi or the Mother of Dragons is in the mood for fun. While last week she debuted a new tattoo - three dragons across her wrist- she has now revealed her new short hairdo.

Taking to Instagram an excited Emilia posted her new pixie crop for all her fans. She even shared how she found her new hairstyle similar to the hairstyle once sported by a young Brad Pitt and his then-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow.

 



 

While some fans were clearly appreciative of the change she sported, some were not too pleased and one excited fan even requested her to sport the same crop for the last episode of Game of Thrones. Now, that would be something, wouldn't it? Just a week ago, Emilia had her blonde and brown streaked hair tied in a bun as she attended the 70th Emmy Awards looking gorgeous. But evidently, she wanted to lose the tresses and opt for something more shocking.

 



 

This haircut is shorter than the previous bob she debuted in May this year which she captioned as 'the chicest way to style out some burnt-out mother of dragons split ends' and ended it with a hashtag #whenyoulooklikeawildlingitstimetochop. And like in her present post, she thanked her longtime hairstylist Jenny Cho for her skills. For the HBO series, Emilia had to dye her hair platinum blonde back in September last year and occasionally switched wigs and other styles in keeping with her acting requirements. And now, this here is the latest switch and we certainly approve. The change does suit her well and Emilia slays it like the Queen she is.