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Game Of Thrones Theory: Jon Snow has a Twin Sibling and its not Young Griff

Game Of Thrones Theory: Jon Snow has a Twin Sibling and its not Young Griff - Season 7 of game of thrones revealed a lot about Jon Snow's past about his mother, his name and his relation to the Targaryen family. At the end of season 6 his true parentage was revealed and it was confirmed that Ned Stark was indeed not Jon Snow's father.

Jon Snow has a Twin Sibling and its not Young Griff

Season 7 revealed more about the presumed bastard of Winterfell. His lineage and his relation with Daenerys Targaryen. But most important of all his claim to Iron Throne. And there is more to be revealed about Jon Snow in the upcoming episodes of Game of Thrones.


Game Of Thrones Theory: Jon Snow has a Twin Sibling and its not Young Griff

One specific theory is about a twin sibling of Jon Snow born at the same time. That sibling is Meera Reed sister of Jojen Reed and daughter to Howland Reed who saved Ned Stark's life in a battle at the tower of joy.

Howland Reed was there when Ned Stark went to save Lyanna. Ned took Jon and Howland took Meera. She is the same exact age as Jon in the books and has the same curly black hair and light skin. Her features are very similar to Jon's. In the books both of them are 22. Jon is like 13 at the beginning of the first book and so is Meera. 

Jon Snow and Meera Reed

Related: What to Expect from Season 8 of Game of thrones

But his secret sibling in the books is Young Griff who is actually Aegon, son of Rhaegar and Ellia Martel. Young Griff isn't shown in the show but is a part of the books. He was saved from the deadly hands of The Mountain and flee away to Essos where he took the identity of Young Griff.

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