In the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, there was a major twist: Margaery Tyrell, who’d been imprisoned for her crimes against The Faith, was essentially forgiven for her sins by the High Sparrow.
Thank goodness we didn’t have to witness Margaery walking in the streets of King’s Landing nude as Unella bellowed “shame.”
This happened because the Crown (Tommen Baratheon) and the Faith (the High Sparrow) have formed a union.
It should come as no surprise that this happened, especially considering Margaery has considerable influence on Tommen and she’s a master at being deceptive in order to get what she feels she deserves.
Earlier this week, Redditor singh_sahil24 brought up an interesting scene from the first episode of Season 4, titled “Two Swords.”
We see Margaery and her grandmother, the incredibly shady Lady Olenna, looking at necklaces for her wedding to Joffrey.
Olenna tells her granddaughter the story of how she’d received a similar necklace from Margaery’s grandfather…
…and as you can see, she clearly wasn’t a fan of the trinkets.