Emilia Clarke is claiming that a double standard existed on the set of "Game of Thrones" in regard to wardrobing.
According to The Daily Mail, Emilia, 33, said male stars were offered far more comfortable options than the females. In the heat, she says, the men's costumes were manipulated to cool them; in cold environments, they were allowed to add furs to their costumes.
"The guys in the Night's Watch, Jon Snow, are wearing a woolly mammoth all the time," she said. "When we were shooting things in a hot country when they had all of those things on, they had this pump that had its own little generator attached into the costumes. They used it to pump cold water into these pipes and cool them all down so underneath they had this weird kind of cooling system."
The women on the set didn't have those same luxuries.
"Girls weren't allowed that. All I could get was the back of my wig to be lifted up," she said during the Edinburgh TV Festival. "It's too hard, I've got a wig on, they don't make cold packs you know, you put ice packs on yourself."
The report comes just days after The Sun reported that Emilia had begun dating assistant director Tom Turner.
"Emilia and Tom have really hit it off. He's already pretty smitten with her and sees a long-term future between them. He used to date ['Mission: Impossible' actress] Rebecca [Ferguson] but they split because she was a bit older than him," a source said. "He's used to hanging out with A-listers because of his job working on high-profile films and his social set."