‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Spoilers PREDICTIONS: Pregnant Sansa Carries Ramsay’s Child; Khaleesi Goes To War Versus Jaime! Air Date, News, Update

By Monica M. , Updated Nov 25, 2016 11:32 AM EST
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"Game of Thrones" Season 7 is still a long way to go yet the rumor mills are heating up to a fever pitch. According to some reports, the seventh season will have Sansa delivering Ramsay Bolton's child as well as Khaleesi finally battling Jaime Lannister.

According to Hall Of Fame, Sansa will be taking her place atop the Winterfell throne. While that would seem all well and dandy, she will be carrying someone with her as she will be reported to deliver the baby of Ramsay Bolton. This theory is not new to "Game of Thrones" Season 7 fans as it had been floating around the internet for some time now. And considering that Ramsay's final words to Sansa is that he is a part of her now. It definitely makes sense that Sansa should carry his child while assuming the role of Winterfell's queen.

What is not yet known is how this will all affect the plot of "Game of Thrones" Season 7. If the rumors are true and the baby will already be revealed by next year. Then this could cause some complication to Sansa's early rule. Will the clans of the North accept her as the queen when she is carrying a reviled bastard's child?

Elsewhere, it is reported by Inverse that on set photos of "Game of Thrones" Season 7 has surfaced from the filming location in Spain. The photo taken is between the Lannisters and the Dothraki people. While it is too early to speculate, this could reveal that season 7 will be focusing more on a war between Daenerys and faithful Lannister Jaime. Fans might not want to miss this as Khaleesi is looking to seek revenge for the death of his father.

But then again "Game of Thrones" season 6 ended with a less than pleased Jaime looking at the newly minted Queen Cersei. Could fans be treated to a Jaime Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen alliance? Find out when "Game of Thrones" Season 7 returns.

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