Given all the information we have so far, "Game of Thrones" won't air until 2019. So we are going to have to wait a little longer than a year to see the show's mysteries unfold. And since it's the final season we are talking about here, there's no doubt that a lot of characters are going to meet their demise before the series end. With that in mind, let's talk about the death of the character we all love to hate: Queen Cersei Lannister.

Maggy the Frog prophecy

Of course, we can't talk about Cersei's death without mentioning the Maggy the Frog prophecy.

To recall, it was in the flashback opening of "Game of Thrones" Season 5 that we saw young Cersei's encounter with Maggy. That was when the witch told Cersei that she would be queen for a while, until a younger, more beautiful queen casts her down. Maggy then revealed the fates of Cersei's children, saying how gold shall be their crowns and gold their shrouds.

But it is the last part of the prophecy that is most mysterious -- the part that was intentionally left out from the show.

"And when your tears have drowned you, the "valonqar" shall wrap his hands about your pale white throat and choke the life from you."

The word "valonqar" is High Valyrian for little (younger) brother. But it doesn't have to be her brother, nor brother at all, since the language is gender neutral, as Missandei explained to Daenerys in "Game of Thrones" Season 7.

Now with that out of our way, let's see who is the most likely candidate for little brother or sister.

The most common interpretations

While Cersei herself suspects Tyrion to be "valonqar," fans tend to disagree, stating that it is far too obvious. Also, she wouldn't let him close to her. As for Jamie, he could have been an ideal candidate if not for two things.

First, the prophecy states that this person will wrap his hands, and Jamie has only one. Second, in the "Game of Thrones" Season 7 finale, we saw Jamie leave his sister. And given how disappointed he was, we can pretty much say, that he left her for good.

Another interesting theory is that Arya will kill Cersei wearing someone else's face.

But in my opinion, the show has made this too predictable, since Arya straight up told us that she is going to kill her at the beginning of Season 7. This brings us to Euron Greyjoy and the reason why we believe he is the "valonqar" Maggy was talking about.

Euron Greyjoy will betray Cersei

Euron, a younger brother to Balon, will be Cersei's closest ally in "Game of Thrones" Season 8. Also, with Jamie gone, nothing can stop Cersei from marrying Euron. But this will be her ultimate mistake, because the only thing this man cares about is power. He wants to be King of the Seven Kingdoms, and she is only an obstacle. Now let's see how this fits into prophecy.

As YouTuber Tony Teflon pointed out, after they get married, Euron will put something in Cersei's drink, causing her to miscarry.

And since this baby is the only thing she cares about, the miscarriage will break her heart, and she will be drowning in tears. That's when Euron will put his hands around her pale white throat and choke the life from her.

There's also a nice little Easter egg for this in "Game of Thrones" Season 7 premiere where Euron said that he has a thousand ships and two good hands. So could this be a foreshadowing of Euron's role as "the valonqar?" Tell us in the comments. Also, you can check Tony's video down below.