Peter Dinklage Arrives in Scotland With a Suit Right Before Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's Wedding

Peter Dinklage Arrives in Scotland With a Suit Right Before Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's Wedding

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Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's wedding is shaping up to be a Game of Thrones reunion. On Friday, a day before the castmates' reported June 23 nuptials, co-star Peter Dinklage (who plays Tyrion Lannister) was spotted landing in Aberdeen, Scotland, where the wedding is expected to take place. Although Dinklage has not confirmed his invitation to the wedding, he was photographed holding a garment bag that presumably contained a suit.

Dinklage wasn't the only Game of Thrones star spotted heading to the wedding. Shortly after Dinklage's arrival, Emilia Clarke (who plays Daenerys Targaryen) landed as well, according to The Scottish Sun. The publication added that cast members Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) were expected to arrive later on Friday.

The guests aren't the only Game of Thrones-related part of Harington and Leslie's wedding. Back in April, the couple sent out invitations stamped with a photo of Harington in character as Jon Snow. Then, in June, The Sun reported that the wedding would take place in an Aberdeenshire castle, with the pair reportedly getting married by a hooded Benedictine monk.

Of course, the event is not entirely fantasy-themed. According to The Sun, the wedding guests will receive a private performance from British folk rock band Mumford & Sons.

Previously, the couple announced their engagement in British newspaper The Times. Shortly after, Harington revealed that he'd told the Game of Thrones producers to shut down the show for their wedding to accommodate everyone. "I was like, 'You need to factor in a Game of Thrones wedding, by the way,'" he told Jonathan Ross, according to The Sun. "The cast have all got to be there, so the whole thing has got to shut down."

See more: The Ultimate Game of Thrones Wedding Timeline