Emilia Clarke defended by fans after vile troll abuse over a fresh-faced snap
Emilia Clarke’s fans have defended her she faced cruel backlash for posting a make-up free photo on Instagram.
Last week, Clarke, 36, shared a beaming snap of her holding a mug gifted by her mother with the slogan: ‘You’re doing f***ing great’, suggesting the actress had been in need of a mood-boost.
Clarke received vile comments from trolls about her appearance in response to the photo, with one user cruelly asking “what happened” to the Game of Thrones star, while others commented on her hair and teeth.
Clarke’s fans snapped back at the trolls in the comment section as they praised the actress for the fresh-faced snap.
One person wrote: “This is by far the most beautiful woman in Hollywood”.
A second said: “I AM SO HAPPY THAT YOU ARE NOT DENYING YOUR AGE AND LOOKING LIKE EVERY SINGLE ACTRESS NOW IN DAYS…DO NOT PAY ATTENTION TO NEGATIVITY.
“YOU ARE A TERRIFIC AND AMZING ACRESS AND YOU ARE VERY BEAUTIFUL…PEOPLE SHOULD PAY ATTENTION TO THEMSELVES BEFORE CRITICIZING SOMEONE ELSE.”
“Thank you for laughing so much Emilia, you make the world brighter,” a third commented.
Another added: “Beautiful - actual smile lines in an IG pic,’ a fourth user added.”
Clarke previously spoke about embracing her appearance while getting older, as she revealed she’d been professionally advised to get fillers at age 28.
Speaking in 2021, Clarke told ELLE: “You’ve got this idea of ageing, and then you’ve got the idea of what aging makes you look like.
“At 34, I am wiser, more intelligent, I’ve had more experiences, I’ve done all this stuff, and I’m proud of that. You can only do that because you are the age you are. Time is the only thing allows you to do those things.
“So, if my face is gonna reflect the time that I’ve spent on this earth, I’m down for that.”
Last August, Clarke was dubbed a “dumpy-looking girl” by Foxtel CEO Patrick Delany at the Australian premiere of the Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon.
The TV boss later issued an apology to Clarke for his comments, as he claimed at the time his remarks were made in an attempt at self-deprecating humour.