Kit Harington knows nothing about keeping a secret.
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The "Game of Thrones" season finale had people everywhere going crazy over what happened to Jon Snow. After the character was stabbed by the Night's Watch and left to die in the cold (et tu, Olly?), fans went nuts speculating about various ways he may have actually survived. Even so, Harington has maintained that Snow died and he's gone for good. And that appeared to be the case, until now.
Various pictures of Harington at Wimbledon have started popping up online and there's one thing about them that has fans getting excited:
Kit Harington still has his long hair!
It has been nearly a month since the finale and Harington is still honoring his "GoT" oath to keep his long hair and beard, which seems to indicate that he may still need them for his sworn duties to protect the realm from White Walkers and look like a total boss on the show.
For more proof, just look at Harington's other photos.
Here's the actor perhaps in shock that we all caught on:
And here he is again, seemingly congratulating all of us for figuring it out (good work, everyone!):
Now, you might think to yourself, "Who cares? That beard is dope. I'd keep my hair like that, too." And you're partly right. The beard and hair are hella dope. But the problem is Harington doesn't seem to think so.
The actor previously told Rolling Stone about his plans after the show and they didn't include keeping his long locks:
"I told my agent, 'No more swords, no more horses,'" he said. "You [don't want to] get stuck in things. And maybe I can cut my fucking hair."
So is Harington really coming back to the show? It's all still speculation, but these pictures certainly don't indicate otherwise. Actress Emilia Clarke even said recently his return is a 50-50 chance.
Plus, if he really doesn't want people to think he's coming back, he's doing a terrible job of hiding his Jon Snow frowny face:
Like, are you Kittin' me? Nobody is that frowny. Nobody!
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