Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Says Jaime Lannister Of 'Game Of Thrones' Is A 'Monogamous Man'

A lot has changed for Jaime Lannister over the past three seasons of "Game of Thrones," but one thing remains the same: he's a one woman kind of man.

As the HBO series enters its fourth season this Sunday, April 6, we'll find Jaime back at King's Landing, but as an almost completely changed man. He's rugged beard and long hair have been swapped for a clean-shaven look, and from the many Season 4 trailers, he's a bit bitter toward Cersei, his sister and lover.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime, told Entertainment Weekly in an interview that Jaime and Cersei's relationship will be different than before. "He’s been wanting to get back to this woman for the duration of his trip," Coster-Waldau said. "You want to just go back to the way it was. But it’s not that easy."

And what about Brienne? An unusual tenderness grew between the badass blonde warrior and Jaime last season when they both saved each other's lives, so is an affair bound to happen? “I don’t think he’s aware of any romance,” Coster-Waldau told EW. “On a fundamental level he respects and cares for this woman. I don’t think he’s thought of it.” The actor also added that Jaime's not the type to juggle two women. "He’s a monogamous man," he said.

We guess we're in for a lot more incest, with a touch of added tension.

"Game of Thrones" Season 4 premieres on HBO on April 6.



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