One of the few deaths we were almost certain about in the "Game of Thrones" Season 5 finale was Myrcella Lannister Baratheon. She was poisoned by the Sand Snakes before leaving on a ship with her daddy Jaime Lannister, bound for King's Landing. We already had a preview of how that poison works, and it looked like she was a revenge killing to keep the war going between Dorne and the Lannisters. It seemed like a strong plot twist -- how will Cersei handle the news of her daughter's death, as delivered by her brother-lover right after her public shaming?

But could Myrcella still be alive, having been saved somehow, and she'll appear in Season 6? Maybe.

Nell Tiger Free (who plays Myrcella), Dean-Charles Chapman (Tommen Baratheon) and Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) recently shared photos together, showing they were all in the same area. Were they just hanging out away from set with no one filming? Were the guys filming and Nell was just visiting the set? Are all three still filming, even if not together?

Here are the Lannister/Baratheon siblings just a few days ago:

???? @nelltigerfree

A photo posted by Dean Charles Chapman (@deancchapman) on

And here are the on-screen siblings with Bran Stark:

Hurry up @nelltigerfree, we have no idea how to pitch this tent @deancchapman

A photo posted by Isaac Hempstead Wright (@isaachwright) on

Plus, two weeks ago, Nell shared an Instagram photo about the waters of Spain, and Spain is one of the GoT locations. It could also just be a regular vacation location, or an old photo from last season that she's just sharing now. But you know. Hints. GoT Season 6 started filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland in July, but they shoot in multiple locations because the HBO show is just massive like that.

Do you think Myrcella is still alive or are the photos just of friends hanging out off set?

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