Over the weekend, Maisie Williams paid a visit to celebrity tattoo artist Mr. K at Bang Bang in New York City for some new ink. According to an Instagram Story shared by both the tattoo shop’s account and Maisie herself, all signs were pointing to a “No One” tattoo, which of course is a tribute to what Arya Stark ultimately became in season six after she defeated the Waif. (And a hot second after that, she came to the realization that a girl wasn’t No One, “a girl is Arya Stark of Winterfell… and I’m going home.” Remind me to re-watch this amazing episode again later.)
As Insider points out, Maisie might have walked out of the tattoo parlor with something that didn’t say, “No One.” According to this selfie taken with the New York Jets’ Leonard Williams, Maisie is now the owner of a “little rascal” tattoo, maybe. Hmm…
? Big Cat x Arya Stark ?
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Whatever she ended up getting, the tattoo is a follow-up to Maisie’s matching ink with BFF Sophie Turner from 2016, when the actresses had “07.08.09” etched on their arms to commemorate the date they both found out they had been hired to play Arya and Sansa.
No filter needed for these Beauties! Just after their tattoos #maisiewilliams #sophieturner #gameofthrones #gameofthronestattoo #fangirl #inked #inkedup #inkedgirls #matchingtattoos #mophie #bestfriends #cute
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If you’ve been keeping track of GoT tattoos among the Stark sisters, you also know that in June, Sophie had a the direwolf sigil and the words, “The pack survives,” tattooed on her arm, which caused everyone to freak out and jump to the conclusion that the Starks will in fact make it to the end of the show.
First tattoo back home! Thank you so much for getting this from me @sophiet ! ? bad ass !
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As she explained on The Late Late Show with James Corden, that was not the intention. “It’s just a quote from last season but everyone figures that the pack really does survive, but it’s just a moral I like to live by,” she said.
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