I look at other people my age in this industry, other famous people my age, and they've just got famous friends. Which is cool, but I love being normal and just chilling at mine.

I like the fact that when you're put into a really extreme situation, you put everything else aside. You put your ego aside and get on with it, and I quite like that.

It's very different when you're reading a script to when you're watching a movie for the first time.

You hear horror stories about scary mothers who just want their kids to be famous. I could be waitressing in a restaurant, and my mum would be happy as long as I was happy.

I know things aren't perfect for women in the U.K. and in America, but there are women in the rest of the world who have it far worse.

I like shocking people just because, like, I can wear a dress, too. Not even for people to go, 'Oh she's grown up,' but to show people that I'm actually a girl.

I believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, if you don't have a good breakfast, then what are you going to do with the rest of your day. I get scared when I don't have a good breakfast!

There is no easy way to get around horrible people on the Internet, and it's either just leave it or don't and get sucked into the whirlwind of it all.

If you've got cool nails, you wake up and you're like, 'Oh, I'm happy now.'

On my actual 16th birthday, on the actual day, I went home and I had chicken korma and Peshwari naan bread and pilau rice, and that was fantastic.

Sleep is my best friend when we're shooting 'Game of Thrones' because there are very long days and intense scenes.

I can't ever see myself playing the romantic lead because that's not me; I'm not that girl.

I've never really done acting before, 'cause dancing was my first love. And then, I sort of fell into it from a talent competition and never really looked back.

Doing the sword fighting is like picking up a dance routine... I think dancing really helps with the picking up of it.

People go down bad paths and they make bad decisions, but it's always justified in their head.

In the U.K., we're surrounded by American accents. Anything we watch in television. We have 'How I Met Your Mother' and all these other shows here, so it's not something that's really alien to us.

'Game of Thrones' focuses on what's real.

When I first watched 'Coraline,' I thought, 'If that ever got adapted...' If it was done by real actors, I think that would be a really fun thing to do, just because it's a kind of whole new universe.

I've had a fast track to who I want to be. I know all of my friends are struggling to what to pick in college, and I've been given a fast pass to kick start my future.

Basically, me and Ed Sheeran are kind of Twitter friends - well, I say that. He probably just thinks I'm weird.

A lot of actors and actresses pull from past experiences.

I don't think Twitter is a platform to build your confidence on at all. Not at all.

I'm a Taylor Swift fan, definitely.

I'm a little bit awkward on Twitter; like, I'm never really sure what to say.

People actually really want to see what I'm up to, and that's crazy.

Going out is the typical thing when you turn 18, but it's not really much fun when you have a recognisable face.

I'm used to being part of 'Game of Thrones' and going into something where you're a small part of something else. You don't want to hold anything up because they've got such a well-oiled machine going.

Sometimes people think they know you and they go, 'Hey!' and then they realize that they've just seen you on the television. That's kind of funny sometimes.

People ask me, 'Isn't it scary living on your own?' but in this industry, being at events, doing interviews, and doing promotion and constantly chatting about yourself, sometimes it's really nice to just sit in silence or take a day where you can sleep in until 3 P.M. and then stay up as late as you like.

It's huge in the U.K., if someone's doing well, to put them down. That's what we do all the time. It's kind of like a cultural thing.

I'm so excited to be working on 'Doctor Who,' as it's such a big and important part of British culture.

I still study dance, and it's definitely something I want to incorporate in the future. It's always been my first love.

I watch vlogs on YouTube. I watch Jenna Marbles a lot - I think she's really funny - and a lady called Daily Grace.

'Cake Boss' does massive, massive things, which are great.

People don't always do what they say they're going to do.

I seem to be landing a lot of roles with animal interactions, which is amazing.

I haven't done Vine in a long time, and when I first started, I just did stuff that I thought was funny.

I get a lot of fan mail and stuff, and usually it's for me to sign stuff.

When you're filming, it's very different from what you see on screen.

People are like, 'What's Game of Thrones about?' I'm like, 'It's in the title.' For real, this is a game for the Iron Throne. No matter what character you are, you're sucked into that at some point.

I feel like a lot of people would quite easily stab you in the back once they get what they want. And you see that in people.

As soon as someone finds out something you're insecure about or that bothers you, they will use that against you, which is awful.

I didn't want to escape my life and become a big actress and live my dreams. That was never the way it was; it was just these amazing opportunities that happened.

Turning 18 is a big deal.

People just get kicks out of making other people sad.

People say, 'Do you ever miss being a normal teenager?'

I think people think I'm a lot younger than I am because of how I look on screen.

I struggle to come up to people and say what I think.

Oh, the cat I worked with on 'Game of Thrones' was so badly behaved! It would never do anything it was supposed to do. I was like, 'Get your game together, cat. You're so bad.'