Emilia Clarke, better known as Daenerys Targaryen, her role in Game of Thrones, has recently opened up about her health problem and how she managed to survive two brain aneurysms (inflammation of the artery wall), during the recording of the successful series from HBO.
The actress talks about how amazing it is for her to still be able to speak and lead a normal life.
“You gain a lot of perspective on life. Much of my brain right now is useless. It’s amazing that I can still speak, sometimes even articulate, and live my life completely normally without any repercussions. I’m in the small, small percentage of people who have been able to survive something like this,”she told.
Emilia Clarke added that ” part of her brain is missing “, and that she sometimes finds it funny. “There’s quite a bit left, which makes me laugh. Because of heart attacks, when a part of your brain doesn’t receive blood, it immediately dies and disappears as a useful part. The blood finds another way to move, but that area has already lost forever.”
The last time we got to see Emilia Clarke was in a 2019 romantic comedy, “The Last Christmas.”