In episode 8 of House of the Dragon, younger Targaryen children are recast.
In the most recent episode of House of the Dragon, fresh actors play the younger Targaryens.
The episode, which aired on October 9th, takes place six years in the future and features child characters who have been recast as teenagers and young adults.
The sons Jacaerys and Lucerys of Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy), the children Aegon, Helaena, and Aemond of Alicent (Olivia Cooke), and the daughters Baela and Rhaena of Daemon are all given new roles in the next installment.
Harry Collett has replaced young actor Leo Hart as the portrayer of Jacaerys Velaryon, the oldest child of Rhaenyra Targaryen and Laenor Velaryon.
Elliot Grihault currently portrays Lucerys, the couple’s second child and the successor to Driftmark.
Tom Glynn-Carney replaces Ty Tennant as the adult Aegon Targaryen.
Leo Ashton has been replaced by Ewan Mitchell, who now portrays his brother Prince Aemond Targaryen, who lost an eye in the previous episode.
Helaena Targaryen, played by Phia Saban in House of the Dragon episode 8, is now wed to her brother-husband, Prince Aegon Targaryen.
In addition, Bethany Antonia portrays the eldest daughter of Daemon Targaryen and Laena Velaryon as young adults.
Last but not least, actor Bethany Antonia has been cast as the eldest daughter of Daemon Targaryen and Laena Velaryon, who is now depicted as a teenager.
King Viserys Targaryen, one of the main protagonists, was said to be leaving the program in episode eight, which included a large family reunion (Paddy Considine).
The eighteenth episode of House of the Dragon’s most important talking points is listed here.
On Monday, August 17, at two in the morning, House of the Dragon will resume on Sky Atlantic in the UK before repeating at nine in the evening. Additionally, NOW is where you can view it.
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