Sophie Turner’s character became a major player on “Game of Thrones” this season, and after that explosive finale aired Sunday night, she opened up about what’s to come for Sansa Stark.
“I think Sansa trusts Jon to make morally right decisions, but I’m not sure if she trusts him with the kind of political things,” Turner said during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “I don’t know if she trusts Davos completely, and he’s kind of an advisor.”
“I think it’s more about being open with each other, like with Sansa writing to Littlefinger for the Knights of the Vale. I think Jon means they need to be more open with each other and tell each other what’s going on – and it’s very frustrating for Sansa to hear him say that. She knows he means it more about her than it is him talking about himself. And he really needs to trust her.
Even more questionable than the alliance between Sansa and Jon is her working relationship with Littlefinger.
Will the two become closer in season seven or will Sansa continue to keep him at arm’s length?
“Yes, I think she’ll forever be wary of Littlefinger,” Turner said. “But I think she realizes now that he’s more loyal to her than she initially thought. He’s tried to prove that. If he truly is loyal to her, then he’s a wonderful, wonderful ally to have. But she’ll forever be skeptical and wary of his motives. She’s not stupid enough to follow him blindly.”
“Game of Thrones” returns to HBO for a seventh season in 2017.