LOOK: Lady Olenna Tyrell from ‘Game of Thrones’ cosplayed by 85-year-old grandma

/ 03:52 PM September 05, 2017

“We can all go home now; I’ve found the best #Cosplay at #dragoncon2017” Image: Instagram/@xdigupherbones

Cosplayers and attendees of Dragon Con 2017, held in Atlanta, Georgia between September 1 to 4, bowed to the Queen of Thorns of “Game of Thrones”, as portrayed in a cosplaying stint by an old lady.

Image: Twitter/@pfangirl

The 85-year-old senior, dressed up as Olenna Tyrell in the convention, turned heads as she was wheeled around in a chair fashioned to look like the Iron Throne.


Best cosplay ever! Image: Instagram/@jabulaniMedia

Her costume was accentuated with a pair of “Thug Life” meme glasses and a sign which read, “It was me.” The sign is a wink to the GoT season seven scene where she admits to poisoning Joffrey, after she drank a poisoned glass of wine given by Jaime Lannister.

“Best cosplay ever! 😂 ” Image: Instagram/@universeofthrones

GoT fans who saw the elderly cosplayer shared photos of her on social media.


“Best GoT cosplay ever!! 😂 ” Image: Instagram/@gotgasm

Apparently, the “it was me” sign has “not dead yet” written on its reverse side.

“I absolutely love this ♡
#gameofthrones #olennatyrell #cosplay #got #dragoncon2017 #dragoncon #housetyrell.” Image: Instagram/@ _saiyanprincess

Here’s a meme depiction of the proud and very capable Lady Tyrell during her last moments.

Image: Instagram/@gameofthroneshbo

Since that final scene, Olenna Tyrell has gone down “Game of Thrones” history as one of the most celebrated characters in the show. JB


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TOPICS: cosplay, Game of Thrones, Olenna Tyrell, Queen of Thorns
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