Emilia Clarke, 32, starred as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones for eight years, and the actress has revealed she will definitely not be reprising her again.
In an interview with BBC Breakfast, the star ruled herself out of any Game of Thrones prequels.
She spilled: “I think there’s something beginning from much before but I don’t really know too much about it because it won’t be me.”
Emilia continued: “The heat is turning down a little bit for sure, which is lovely because I’m hell bent on living a normal life.
“Won’t give that up for anything!”
Also in the interview, Emilia discussed why she is eager to improve the care for young patients through her charity and the Royal College of Nursing.
The British actress is supporting a programme to train more nurses to become specialists in neuro rehabilitation.
It will improve stroke care for those aged 18 to 40, both in the private sector and the NHS.
Emilia set up her charity, SameYou, after she revealed she suffered from two brain aneurysms whilst filming Game of Thrones in her 20s.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast, Emilia explained why helping others is important to her.
She said: “It’s something that has been perceived to happen to older people. Therefore, when you’re a young person experiencing it, there’s a whole host of other mental health aspects that largely go unnoticed.
“That’s what I care about incredibly deeply because that’s what I experienced as a young person who had it.”
Meanwhile, Emilia shared pictures of her weekend at Glastonbury 2019, which meant she missed her former co-star Sophie Turner’s wedding to Joe Jonas.
The star said she had the “best weekend” at the festival with a group of friends.
In the first picture, Emilia’s smile was impossible to miss as she posed in the middle of a group of people.
Another photo saw Emilia perched on someone’s shoulders, as she sat above the rest of the crowd, with a sea of people behind her.
She captioned the series of shots: “From full focus to a blur still the best weekend of my entire life.”
Emilia said she couldn’t have been happier as she added: “#glastonbury2019 you bring me up to my happiest self.”
The Daenerys Targaryen star continued: “For anyone finding today hard, get that music in your earphones blaring and dance like no ones watching… @littlesimz @lizzobeeating @stormzy @mikeskinnerltd to suggest a few options…”
BBC Breakfast airs tomorrow on BBC One at 6am.