'Game of Thrones' star Sophie Turner has the most relatable, hilarious response to Arya killing the Night King

Arya is the winner on 'Game of Thrones's third episode and Sophie Turner shared the perfect reaction in a video on her Instagram story


                            'Game of Thrones' star Sophie Turner has the most relatable, hilarious response to Arya killing the Night King

[Spoilers ahead]

People cannot stop thinking about Arya's big victory in the Battle of Winterfell, not even Sophie Turner, who plays Arya's (Maisie Williams) big sister Sansa Stark on 'Game of Thrones'.

The actress took to Instagram to celebrate her reel-life sister's latest achievement in the fantasy series — the brilliant feat that Maisie William's Arya pulled off: killing the Night King in last night's epic showdown.

"Arya really is that bitch. Yes. You. Are. Bitch!" she cheered at the camera for her real-life best friend, adding some sassy snaps for effect.



 

Turner is clearly as excited about Arya's latest victory as we are — perhaps even more.

She also sent Williams a celebratory audio message, which Williams also shared on her Instagram story. "You really motherfucking are that bitch," you can hear an excited Turner tell Williams. "You are that bitch. She did that. She did that. That's right, hunty. That is right, hunty. Check out episode 3 because that bitch did that."

Don't we just love Turner!

Her reactions following the airing of every episode of the final season of 'Game of Thrones' gets us through the week of waiting ahead. She posted an equally entertaining and a much sassier response after last weeks episode — whose highlight was also Arya with her first-ever sex scene.

"In honor of Easter, I guess 'Game of Thrones' wanted the storyline to have a little Easter bunny hop, hop, hoppin' into that pussy... and that's the tea," Turner said in the clip, which ended in her downing a glass of red wine.



 

We only hope we keep getting more of Turner's commentary following the airing of every 'Game of Thrones' episode.