Game of Thrones Picture Preview: Here Comes the Queen

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That's right ladies and gents, it's time for another Game of Thrones wedding!

Here's hoping Tommen's big day goes much smoother than King Joffrey's. So far, there is no sign anyone means the young king harm. However, things between his new wife and the Queen Mother are certain to cause him stress.

HBO has released several photos from Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 3. In these, we get a peek at the latest wedding, as well as an important exchange between the new queen and the old. What is Cersei plotting?

Flip through the slideshow below for your first look at the upcoming installment:

Aside from the wedding (and honeymoon), we will also check in with Arya this week. What is she up to inside The House of Black and White? Is Jaqen H'ghar still speaking in riddles?

Elsewhere, Sansa finally understands Littlefinger's plan as they make their way to Winterfell. I bet she regrets sending Brienne away now. And Tyrion convinces Varys he needs a breath of fresh air, so they walk the Long Bridge of Volantis.

Make sure you're here after the installment airs for a full review!

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Game of Thrones Season 5 Episode 3 Quotes

Terrible things happen to your family and you weep. You sit alone in a darkened room mourning their fates. You've been a bystander to tragedy from the day they executed your father. Stop being a bystander, do you hear me? Stop running. There's no justice in the world. Not unless we make it. You loved your family, avenge them.

Littlefinger

Margaery: I want to know everything there is to know about King Tommen, first of his name.
Tommen: King Tommen... still sounds strange to me. Does Queen Margaery sound strange to you?
Margaery: So strange... husband.
Tommen: Wife. [both laugh] Sometimes it feels odd. I'm the king. I've married the most beautiful woman in the world. And it's all because my brother died.
Margaery: I understand, but it's not your fault. You know that, don't you? You mustn't feel guilty.
Tommen: I don't feel guilty. That's what's odd.