“Game of Thrones” Season 7 concluded on Sunday. The finale episode was mind-blowing with multiple revelations - enough to serve as worthy feasts for the fans. The Stark sisters were seen reuniting after Peter Baelish’s (Little Finger) eventual death. Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen were seen making love, which the audience had been rooting for since long ago. Cersei and Jaime Lannister were shown signing up for the truce for the battle against the White Walkers. Towards the end, however, Cersei decides to back out of the pledge, leaving Jaime all alone.

Cersei might die in the next season

As pointed by The Metro, the hate for Cersei has grown stronger with each passing season. The fans seem assured about the fact that she is going to die, but when and how is a matter of debate. A new theory formed by a Reddit user denotes a poetic end for Cersei. Cersei Lannister is a strong character, and her strength shone brightly in the last episode titled, “The Dragon and the Wolf.” During the truce meeting, Daenerys Targaryen came, flying on her dragon leaving everyone but Cersei in shock. Even after witnessing the gigantic beast after thousands of years, she didn’t hesitate twice.

The first thing that she blurted out to the silver-haired princess was, “You’re late.” The season finale also ended on amicable note between Cersei and both her brothers, Tyrion and Jaime.

The Reddit user feels that Cersei's death might be underlying in the prophecy that she was told as a child by Maggy, The Frog.

Cersei is pregnant with fourth child

Cersei was told that she will bear three children and that God will crown and gold their shrouds. “When your tears have drowned you, the valongar shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you,” Maggy, The Frog had told Cersei.

As noted by The Metro, the first part of the prophecy has already been completed. Cersei already had three children, who were well to do. Since she was told that she would only have three children, it is highly possible that Cersei will die in childbirth, killing her fourth and the last child too. “Valongar,” has always been believed to Tyrion Lannister.

However, it might be the little male child that she is expecting. Many possible theories have suggested that Jaime might be the “Valongar,” given how many times he has disapproved of Cersei's decisions. Since he is already on his way North, he appears to be out of the picture.