Emilia Clarke appeared in high spirits as she celebrated her birthday by jumping out of a plane.
The actress, known for playing Daenerys Targaryen in Game Of Thrones, marked her 34th birthday by braving a skydive at an airfield in Northamptonshire.
Sharing the aftermath on her social media, Emilia unveiled a series of entertaining facial expressions in photographs taken after her jump.
The Me Before You actress also noted that the birthday experience was the most 'exhilarating experience of her life'.
Updating her 27.2 million Instagram followers on Friday, Emilia unveiled three pictures as she celebrated jumping from the plane.
In the snaps, Emilia was dressed in a professional skydiving suit and was strapped into a harness with her parachute trailing behind.
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In another photograph, Emilia grinned as she posed alongside her supportive mum.
"What could match the profound existential terror of another birthday? Jumping out of a goddamn plane is what," Emilia wrote in her caption.
She then joked about flying dragons, writing: " #whosaysyoucanonlyflydragon#freeeeeeeeeefaaaalllliiiinnnggggg
"Thank you Hinton Sky Diving for the most exhilarating experience of my life!" she concluded.
The talented star was quickly inundated with messages from celebrity pals and loyal followers, who rushed to wish her a Happy Birthday in the comment section.
"Yeeeesssss!!!!!!" wrote GOT co-stare Nathalie Emmanuel.
"Happiest of Birthdays Emilia. courageous!!!" penned another.
A third added: "Happy birthday lovely Emilia! (Very glad that parachute worked) xx."
Emilia's exciting birthday celebrations came just over a month after the actress sparked rumours that she was 'dating Matt Smith' when she stepped out for dinner with him.
The good looking pair parked speculation at the start of September that they may be more than just friends after enjoying an evening together in London.
At the time, the MirrorOnline reached out to the pair's representatives for comment.
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