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‘Game of Thrones’ star Sophie Turner says she ‘experimented’ with sexuality: ‘I love a soul, not a gender.”

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“Game of Thrones” – star Sophie Turner had no problem being forthright about her past love life in a recent interview with Rolling Stone.

Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in the HBO-hit series that is in its final season in April, opened up the publication about her relationship with fiancé Joe Jonas, who she announced her engagement in October 2017.

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An answer to a why the actress, who recently turned 23, is engaged to “so young,” Turner said that she was “fully prepare [themselves] to be single for the rest of her life.”

But, she said, “I think that once you’ve found the right person, you just know. I feel like I am much older soul than I am in age. I have a feeling that I’ve lived enough life to know it. I know enough guys to know, I know enough girls to know. I don’t feel 22 [23]. I feel like 27, 28.”

Questioned further about her mention of girls, Turner said: “Everyone experiments. It is a part of growing up. I love a soul, not a gender.”

The actress was also accompanied by her real-life friend and fellow “Thrones” co-star Maisie Williams for the interview, which was featured as the magazine’s cover story.

Separately, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Williams opened up about the upcoming season, saying: “there is a lot of death this year.”

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The actress, who plays the role of Arya Stark in the show, also stated, there are many parallels in the past season to the first. As for the end, “people don’t want it to end,” she admitted. “It doesn’t matter how you end it, people don’t want to end. So the end is not good, because “the end” is not okay. You know what I mean? I think the way we do it is good. And I think that it is time.”

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Fans can catch the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones” on HBO on April 14.

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