Clarke is undoubtedly most famous for her role as Game of Thrones' Khaleesi Daenerys Targaryen, Mother of Dragons.
Anyway, fans have grown accustomed to seeing her with long, flowing blonde locks, but, — according to Emilia — they didn't know that it was a wig? (Hate to break it to you guys, but dragons don't exist either.)
She recently told InStyle Magazine: "I feel bad when I meet people and they realize I'm Khaleesi, and they get disappointed because we look nothing alike. I'm like, 'Sorry, that ain't really me! It's a wig.' No human is that beautiful."
And, she truly is a Khaleesi for the people because she's struggled with confidence just like the rest of us:
"I really ‘struggled with my confidence growing up. I thought I was too fat. I thought I was ugly.
I called myself the Cabbage Patch Kid. If a boy talked to me, I'd be shocked.
But then there's a special moment that happens as a young adult when you start to find out who you are, what you like, how you take your coffee, the people who make you feel good and who you should be around.
You begin to see beyond what your face or body looks like. "
Honestly, at the end of the day, "when you're happy, that's beauty."
adj. 流动的；平滑的；上涨的 v. 流动；起源；上涨