Easter is coming.
Game of Thrones season 8 is so nearly upon us. In just a few short weeks, we'll finally know what Cersei's up to, how an undead dragon works and if Jon and Dany are aware that they've been getting down Targaryen style.
Have you seen the first full-length trailer? It's epic. And the fact that Arya is running around terrified terrifies us. Is the young Stark about to meet her match? Will Jon and co defeat the White Walkers? Can someone please collect the wandering Jaime?
But before we find out who sits on the Iron Throne, we'll be celebrating Easter with various delicious sweet offerings - we'll take one Hotel Chocolate Easter sandwich, one Waitrose avocado chocolate egg and one M&S pink Prosecco egg, please.
And if you're looking for the fourth and final egg to make your Easter chocolate collection complete, we've found the one. You can now get a Game of Thrones chocolate dragon egg to celebrate the final season of your favourite show and Easter at the same time.
Courtesy of Deliveroo, these giant eggs weigh 1kg and measure 20cm in height - just like the real thing (we imagine). They're hand-painted white chocolate, made to look like the shiny scaled eggs that Dany hatches in season 1, and can be delivered to any GoT/Easter egg fan in London, Manchester and Leeds.
The best part is that these gems will cost just 80p. We'll take five.
They'll be available from April 14th - when the final season of Game of Thrones finally airs - until April 21st, Easter Sunday.
Joe Groves at Deliveroo said: 'Easter is coming and so is the final series of our favourite blood-soaked romp.
'We see huge spikes of orders around season premieres and finales and we thought what better way to celebrate hardcore fans than with these amazing scaley creations.'
We're so ready.
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