The couple attended the "Game of Thrones" Season 6 premiere on Sunday in Los Angeles, foregoing red carpet couture for outfits only the most dedicated fans could pull together.
Both were decked out in fake tattoos with the House Baratheon words, "Ours is the Fury" on their chests, as well as tank tops reading, "Stark in the streets, wilding in the sheets."
We don't even have to say #CoupleGoals, right? It's understood.
Bell and Shepard have already displayed their "GoT" fan obsession, dressing up as multiple characters in the past. The two put on their Dothraki best for Halloween back in 2013, portraying Khal Drogo and Khaleesi. Bell also recreated Lady Tyrell's blue headdress for a "GoT" party with similarly enthusiastic companions last year.
Bell recently shared the screen with fan favorite Peter Dinklage in "The Boss," which nabbed the top spot at the box office this weekend. On "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in March, she admitted to relentlessly bombarding him with "GoT" questions on set, because wouldn't you?
"Game of Thrones" premieres Apr. 24 on HBO.
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