Euron paraded Ellaria and her daughter Tyene through the streets of King's Landing before delivering them to Cersei (they were his previously mentioned "gift" to her), then Cersei chained them up and kissed Tyene with the same poison that Ellaria used to kill Myrcella.
Fans of Game of Thrones all know that the fantasy epic is notoriously known for its character deaths and while the third episode of the seventh season wasn't as bloody as other episodes from other seasons of the series, it does mark the end of a couple of popular faces on the show: Dame Diana Rigg's Olena Tyrell and Indira Varma's Dornish hottie, Ellaria Sand.
As evil as Cersei Lannister is, one thing we can get behind is her beauty looks.
She has spoken to EW to confirm that the head of the sadly misused Sand Snakes will not be returning, despite being left alive to watch her daughter die and rot in their prison cell.
Varma says she received the call all Game of Thrones actors with ill-fated characters get, from showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss. Obviously there's lots of trimming going on. "I was expecting it", she said. I wasn't heartbroken. And I was like, "As long as I die on screen..." and they were like "Yeah!" But of course I don't die on screen.
Speaking about the scene itself, Varma was pretty ecstatic with the "dark" unpredictability of not knowing Cersei's plan.
Game Of Thrones season seven continues on HBO Sunday, and on Sky Atlantic on Mondays in the United Kingdom at 9pm.
'I just thought the delivery of that information was so clever, ' Varma added. "Especially since the kiss comes before the information". You can catch-up on Now TV.