Kit Harington’s luxury stag do ahead of wedding to GoT co-star Rose Leslie

Game Of Thrones hunk Kit Harington is preparing to tie the knot with his co-star Rose Leslie.

But before they walk down the aisle, Kit, who plays Jon Snow in the fantasy epic , has been off at a luxury country retreat for his stag do.

The actor spent the weekend with his mates at the private Henllan’s Eriviat Hall in North Wales.

And the fact that his stag do has gone ahead could mean that he and Rose , who played Ygritte in the HBO show, have finally set a date for their nuptials.

Kit spent two nights at the luxury Eriviat Hall, a popular spot for famous faces visiting North Wales.

The large party house caters in luxury stag do packages, with exclusive use of the “private country retreat” and beds for up to 30 people.

The “totally excluded and private” venue also has a huge indoor hot tub for guests to use.

The Emmy Award nominated actor spent the long weekend making the most of the adventure attractions in the area, including a day at Zip World Caverns.

He picked the perfect date for his stag party, as the weather remained hot and sunny across the region, with the temperatures at a record high.

The 31-year-old was later seen basking in the rays in the beer garden at local gastropub, the Llindir Inn in Henllan on Sunday.

Dressed in a casual black T-shirt and stone-wash jeans, he was snapped by a fan enjoying beers with his friends and his drink of choice was Filipino pale lager, San Miguel.

Kit has been dating Rose since 2012.

The couple met on the set of the hit show when they played on-screen lovers, but they are now getting married in real life.

After keeping their romance under wraps for four years, the pair announced their engagement in September last year.

Fans have since been anxiously awaiting the first Game of Thrones real-life wedding – with no date officially revealed.

Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show in October 2017, Kit explained how he had got in touch with the show’s producer to let them know filming schedules would have to change for their upcoming wedding day.

He said that as they met on the show, production is going to be shut down so everyone can attend the bash.

He explained: “I rang him up and I said, ‘I’m getting married and it’s your fault actually’… I think for the final season he is so stressed that he’s reached that peaceful level.

“I was like, ‘You need to factor in a Game of Thrones wedding by the way.’ They [the cast] have all got to be there so the whole thing has got to shut down.”

However, he quashed any rumours of the couple having a Game Of Thrones themed wedding.

He laughed: ”No. There is absolutely no chance of me convincing her of that.”

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