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The Best Margaery Tyrell Quotes

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With “Game of Thrones” George R.R. Martin crafted a universe full of (tons and tons and tons) complicated and complex characters. Many of the main characters have strong, individualized voices and even out of context, almost any quote can be quickly placed to its speaker. In a world of dozens of characters that is no small feat. Margaery Tyrell's quotes are recognizable due to her cunning and intelligence.

Margaery is the widow of King Renly Baratheon, would-be wife of King Joffrey Baratheon and daughter of Lord Mace Tyrell and Lady Alerie. She is played by Natalie Dormer on the HBO show “Game of Thrones." Margaery is an ambitious woman who is adored by the people of Westeros. She wields her intelligence and beauty to keep the House Tyrell in a position of power.

What are some of Margaery Tyrell's best quotes? Whether she's speaking to her grandmother Lady Olenna, to the equally conniving Littlefinger, or connecting with the people of King's Landing, Margaery always has something notable to say.

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    The One and Only

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    "I want to be the queen.”
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    My Sister, My Mother

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    “We may be faced with an alarming number of weddings soon. (chuckles) I won't even know what to call you. Sister? Or Mother?”
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    Could I?

    Joffery: “Could you kill something?
    Margaery: “I don't know your grace, do you think I could.”
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    Helping the Poor

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    “Under King Joffrey's leadership, your fathers saved the city. They saved us all. From now on, we're going to take care of you. All of you. Come to me for whatever you need to feed them, clothe them, or house them. Directly to me.”
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