Kit Harington Dating Rose Leslie Again After Split with 'Game of Thrones' Season 4 Cast Girlfriend Emilia Clarke [PHOTOS]: HBO's Jon Snow and Ygritte Spotted Getting Close at LAX Following Break Up


Could Kit Harington be dating his "Game of Thrones" season 4 cast member and ex-girlfriend Rose Leslie again? Well, the pair seemed awfully close as they made their way to LAX airport on Wednesday.

According to the Daily Mail, the red hair beauty, whose character Ygritte was killed off the HBO hit series kept her look super casual wearing sweat pants and a semi-sheer white tank top.

Meanwhile, her off again, on again boyfriend Kit Harington who played her on screen love Jon Snow wore a pair of jeans and a blue T-shirt.

The hot actor was previous romantically linked to his costar Emilia Clarke. The actor admitted he was all about dating the brunette beauty at least for the sake of the show and onscreen.

The relationship being between the two cast members' characters, Jon Snow and Darnerys Targaryen is set to blossom in the upcoming seasons.

According to E! News, although their characters have never met, fans have begun to ship the two together in hopes that their requests become heard and that the two will ultimately get together and rule from the Iron Throne when the war in Westeros comes to an end.

Apparently upon hearing the news, Kit Harington was all for his character dating the Khaleesi. He admitted that he thought the idea is "wonderful!"

While attending the New York City screening of his animated movie, "How to Train Your Dragon 2," the actor said, "I find it wonderful that people root for anyone."

He added, "I think it's great in the show pick their favorites and want that person to win, and it's wonderful to be involved in that and be one of the people that people think should be on the throne at the end."

Check out the photos of Kit Harington and Rose Leslie making their way through LAX together HERE.

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