Mumford & Sons might be playing Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie’s wedding

Jon Snow knows how to book a banging wedding band

Mumford & Sons could be playing Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie’s wedding.

The Game of Thrones stars announced their engagement last year with an announcement in the Forthcoming Marriages section of The Times newspaper.

The announcement read: “The engagement is announced between Kit, younger son of David and Deborah Harington of Worcestershire, and Rose, middle daughter of Sebastian and Candy Leslie of Aberdeenshire.”


The pair met on the show, playing lovers Jon Snow and Ygritte.

Now it’s rumoured that Mumford & Sons could be the band playing the wedding, set to take place at a castle in Aberdeen.

A source told The Sun: “Kit and Rosie are huge fans, so they jumped at the opportunity to get Mumford & Sons to perform at their wedding.

“Kit met the boys on Graham Norton’s show in 2015 and he’s kept in touch with them ever since.

“He was thrilled when the band agreed. They can’t wait either. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime gig given the very Game Of Thrones setting.”


Earlier this week, Game Of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel shared a screenshot of racist and misogynist abuse she has faced online.

Essex-born Emmanuel has portrayed Missandei in the HBO show since season 3 in 2013.

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday (April 10), Emmanuel shared an image of an abusive message she recently received from a Twitter user.

“Not really the kinda post you want to put out at the start of a new week,” Emmanuel wrote in the caption. “Also not here to preach…. but in case anyone was wondering what having to deal with regular misogyny and racism is like… here you go.”

She added that she was “sending love and thanks to everyone fighting the good fight, whatever background you come from”.


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