One "Game of Thrones" alum appears to have found her way into a royal family of a different kind. No, Rose Leslie isn't marrying into the British crown, but her next acting role is going to be playing the well-intentioned daughter of a billionaire who turns out to be quite a fraud. Meanspirited entertainment fans have pointed out the latest "Game of Thrones" actresses' role appears to be inspired by Ivanka Trump, even if Leslie won't be wearing a blond wig and her father on the show won't be strangely infatuated with her.

'The Good Fight'

This time around, the "Game of Thrones" alum isn't going to have to fight off White Walkers or the King of the North in order to find success.

Rose Leslie is the latest actor to join the show "The Good Fight" which itself is a brand new arrival on the CBS All Access lineup. Leslie's character is not one who is living as though she is the daughter of a billionaire who is pulling all the strings.

Instead, the "Game of Thrones" alum is a relative newbie at the law firm of Lockhart, Decker, Gussman, Lee, Lyman, Gilbert-Lurie, Kagan, Tannenbaum & Associates. Leslie is settling into her new life as a young lawyer at the prestigious location when her big time father is exposed as the fraud that he is.

Sequel to 'The Good Wife.'

The name of Leslie's new series should tip you off, but if it hasn't then you should know the former "Game of Thrones" star has found herself in the direct sequel to "The Good Wife." It's a safe bet the actress is hoping this new series can have somewhere near what the original was able to do.

According to Town and Country Magazine, the show is more than a simple continuation of what we saw in the first series, as there are a couple of actors that have come over in order to help make it big and bad. Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart and Cush Jumbo as Lucca Quinn are going to

Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart and Cush Jumbo as Lucca Quinn are going to take center stage in this new series. It's not clear just how much screen time Leslie, the beauty of "Game of Thrones" will get, but it should be interesting to see her in such a different role.