Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke showed off a Bumblebee tattoo as she attended an event in Santa Monica wearing a flower print Michael Kors Collection blouse.
Wearing a matching skirt with a red Mark Cross bag, Emilia also showed off her bruised legs at the event after wrapping production on GOT.
Emilia had the Bumblebee tattoo inked on her little finger as after wrapping up production on her 2015 film Me Before You which was released summer 2016.
The tattoo was created by LA tattoo artist Dr. Woo who works at the Shamrock Social Club on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, a famous parlor frequented by many A-list celebrities.
See more of his work here including an adorable French Bulldog tattoo on a clients finger: Shamrock Social Club DrWoo’s Gallery
Emilia Clarke Shares and Instagram Picture with co-star Kit Harrington who Plays Jon Snow. Photo Courtesy of @emilia_clarke/Instagram
Emilia rose to fame on hit HBO show Game of Thrones where she plays Daenerys Targaryen, also known as Khaleesi ‘Mother of Dragons’.
The show has one season left and has become a huge worldwide phenomenon. You can see the video of Emilia and more celebrity arrivals below: Celebrity WotNot Video 2016 Spirit Awards Arrivals in Santa Monica, CA
Liev Schreiber, Nate Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Juno, Sean Penn, Brie Larson, Idris Elba, Michael Keaton, Jason Bateman, JK Simmons and Jason Segal were also at the awards in Santa Monica.
Emilia Clarke shared an Instagram Picture of co-star Kit Harrington who plays Jon Snow – Photo Courtesy of @emilia_clarke / Instagram
When Emilia auditioned for Game of Thrones she flew out to LA from England and after reading lines she asked the producers if there was anything else they wanted her to do.
The producer joked and asked if she could dance to which she explained: “I can do the Funky Chicken”
See the full interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon here or watch her doing the Funky Chicken below! Emilia Clarke Recalls Her Game of Thrones Audition
Emilia Clarke Trivia: Emilia starred in a Samaritan’s advert in 2009. To donate to the charity visit their official site here: Official Samaritans Charity Website. They provides emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide.