The “Game of Thrones” actress Emilia Clarke (33) thanked the hospital staff with an emotional letter who looked after her in 2011 after a brain aneurysm.
"In all these moments, in these three weeks, I was not, never, really alone," she writes in the book "Dear NHS: 100 Stories to Say Thank You". It is dedicated to UK healthcare workers who fight the coronavirus daily in the pandemic.
The letter also recognizes the nurse who was the first to suggest a brain scan after Clarke's admission to the emergency room. "It saved my life," writes the "Games of Thrones" star, according to the US celebrity portal "People". Clarke had spoken publicly about her health problems and the two life-saving brain surgeries in March 2019.