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British actress Emilia Clarke arrives for the

"I definitely went through a period of being down - putting mildly", she continued.

Clarke recently shared some never-before-seen photos from her recovery post-surgery.

The British actress, who plays the dragon riding queen Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO show, says she suffered the first aneurysm at 24 while at the gym, not long after completing the first season Game of Thrones. Another saw her looking sombre as she looked at her phone whilst lying in the hospital bed.

"I know she would have love to have been here, but, of course, 10 years of your life in an wonderful series like that it's a big deal for her so we're super proud of her and we wish her the best of luck".

"I asked the medical staff to let me die".

Her appearance on Sunday Morning comes a few days after she outlined her despair and recovery in a powerful essay for The New Yorker. It left her with the language impairment aphasia, which made it hard to speak or understand words.

"If a part of your brain doesn't get blood to it for a minute, it will just no longer work".

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The life-threatening ordeal then took its toll on Emilia's mental health, suffering from anxiety and panic attacks and explaining she previously struggled to recall what she went through, but feels now is the right time to speak out.

"I always say it's my taste in men that's no longer there".

"The whole show is just a discussion on power", she said.

"Honestly, being completely honest, it made me petrified most of the time", she told the host, 54.

"So, with the second one there was a bit of my brain that actually died".

The Daenerys Targaryen actress said the first aneurysm occurred in 2011, shortly after they'd wrapped on filming the first Game Of Thrones series. But two years after the first blood vessel burst, a second ruptured in her brain, almost killing her.

For Emilia, though, she found the humour.

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