Game of Thrones dragon Easter eggs are coming

Luke Abrahams

April is about two things: the return of Easter and more importantly, the return of the final season of Game of Thrones. Two of the best things in the whole entire world basically.

For any fan, GoT merch is a gift from the gods. Hec, did you that House Sigil pen their selling for 44k? Sold. But, if like us you cannot afford such Lannister-worthy extravagances, you'll be able to get a helping of the Westeros universe for much, much less.

The Mother of Dragons, AKA Daenerys Targaryen has partnered up (not literally obviously) with Deliveroo to get in on the Easter egg action with some chocolate shells inspired by the hit HBO TV show.

Three of the eggs are up for grabs via the Deliveroo app and website up until Easter Sunday - that's April 21 just in case you had forgotten - and can be purchased via the app.

All meticulously hand-crafted and painted from Fairtrade white chocolate, each weigh a kilo and measure a staggering 20cm in height. Customers in London, Manchester and Leeds will be able to buy them, and get this, the eggs will only set you back a steal-worthy 80p each!

Take my money now! Hold on GoT posse, because the eggs will not be available until April 14 - the day the hit fantasy series returns to our screens. Makes sense, right?

The famous dragon eggs made there first appearance in the first season of the George R. R. Martin epic and were first seen presented to the Daenerys and Khal Drogo during their wedding.

All we know is that we want one. And now.