Maisie Williams Doesn't Think Anyone Will Be Satisfied When 'Game of Thrones' Ends

Maisie Williams thinks it's unlikely "anyone is going to be satisfied" by the series coming to a close.

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Maisie Williams doesn't think any of the Game of Thrones cast members will be happy when the show comes to an end. The 21-year-old actress who plays Arya Stark has somewhat come to terms with the end of the series, but admitted that it's going to be difficult to move on during an interview with Sky News.

"I don't think anyone is going to be satisfied [when it ends]," she said. "I don't think anyone wants it to end, but I'm really proud of this final season. I've always felt ashamed to say things like that but I am."

Williams began playing Arya in 2011 at the age of 14, so it's not exactly surprising to hear that adjusting to life beyond the show will be difficult. She shot her last scenes for the program back in July and is just waiting for the show to be finished.

"It's going to be really weird when it's done and every day it's a step closer to it not being a part of my life anymore," she said. "People are going to come up to me on the street and say 'Weren't you on that show?' and that's going to be bizarre."

Although castmates have already promised massive parties to send-off the final episode, Williams said that she'll probably stay in and watch it with her roomie.

"[It will] probably be me and my flatmate, and he's going to say 'well done', and I'm going to go 'thanks, bedtime,'" she said. 

Williams is already plotting a life beyond the wildly popular series. Back in August, she launched an app meant to foster connections between individuals working in creative fields like art, fashion and entertainment called Daisie. 

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