The star of "Game of Thrones" Emilia Clarke talked to BBC Sunday Morning about her health. Fans of the celebrity are still worried about her - in 2011, the actress had her first stroke, and two years later - another one. Fortunately, it hasn't affected Clark's memory or her ability to work - she plays in the play "The Seagull," not forgetting the complicated voluminous text.
"It's a miracle that I can speak, sometimes articulate," the celebrity quips. Faced with the disease, she founded the charity organization SameYou, whose activities are aimed at helping people recover from strokes and brain surgery.