Kit Harington investigated in Wellness Retreat after the conclusion of the 'Game of Thrones'

Kit Harington investigated in Wellness Retreat after the conclusion of the 'Game of Thrones'
"Game of Thrones" star Kit Harrington has reportedly investigated in a welfare return to deal with "personal issues" after the blockbuster series is over.

A representative of the Reuters news agency said, "Kit has used this break in his program as an opportunity to spend some time working on some personal issues."
Harrington's representatives in London refused to comment on CNN.
Harrington, who plays John Snow in an eight-year show, has spoken openly about his struggles in fame in the past and was forced to make emotional adjustments after the conclusion of the hit series.
In a back-to-the-scenes documentary broadcast on HBO Sunday - a week after the show concluded - British actor was seen emotionally reacting because he first read the script of the last episode of the show and torn the driver Say goodbye to the team

32-year-old Harrington told Variety earlier this year that I had sought medical attention in her 20's. "I felt that I had to realize that when I was the luckiest person in the world, in fact, I was feeling very weak," he said.
And describing the last day of the shooting, Star told Esquire in a separate interview: "My last day of shooting, I felt OK ... I felt OK ... I felt OK ... then I will do my last Got shots and started a little hyperventilate. "
"Then they called, 'Wrap!' And I just broke F --- ing, it was about not being able to do this attack of relief and grief again, "I said.
Harrington is married to Rose Leslie, the co-star of "Game of Thrones", with whom I was tied to a marriage in Scotland in Aberdeen last year.
The last season of the show was mixed with mixed reviews, but there was a huge rating for HBO, owned by CNN's parent company. Its last episode was seen by 19.3 million viewers, setting a record for the series.