His beloved Game Of Thrones character Jon Snow met an untimely demise in the show's season five finale last month.
But Kit Harington - who played the Lord Commander of the Night's Watch before he was knifed to 'death' by his murderous comrades - was seen strolling through the city of Belfast, close to where the forthcoming series is currently being filmed, on Tuesday.

Not only was the 28-year-old actor lurking suspiciously close to the set, he also happened to be accompanied by fellow Game Of Thrones actor Ben Crompton, who plays Eddison Tollett, another member of the Night's Watch, in the hugely popular HBO series. 

Reigniting rumours that he has been filming new scenes for the show, Kit was clearly hoping to go unnoticed with his hood pulled up over his head as he mooched about the city centre smoking a cigarette.
The actor dug out his glasses for his trip out and ensured Jon Snow's famous locks were tied back and concealed beneath his jacket.
The London-born star wore dark, inconspicuous clothes, teaming his black jumper and jacket combo with skinny jeans and worn leather boots.
He also appeared to have dirty hands, suggesting he may have been in character prior to the outing.  

Kit's timely appearance comes just a day after he was photographed by an eagle-eyed fan at Belfast airport, seemingly making his way to join the rest of the cast who have begun their script read-through. 
The British star had been on a flight from London to Belfast with Tom Wlaschiha, who plays the mysterious Jaqen H'ghar.  
The picture, which was posted by fan site Watchers on the Wall, had been the biggest indication that Kit will still play a role in the show, despite Jon Snow's brutal death in the season finale.

Once again, his all-important long raven locks were tied back into a man bun and fans who bumped into Kit claimed that he refused to take pictures because he 'wasn't allowed'.
Fans had already come to the conclusion that Kit would feature in the new series after he was seen sporting the Lord Commander's signature hairstyle at Wimbledon earlier this month.
The 28-year-old rocked up to Centre Court on day four of the tournament looking very dapper in a suit, shirt and tie.

But it was the actor's long black curls and scraggy beard that had GOT fans gushing on Twitter.
In the final scene of the final episode of season five, the Bastard of Winterfell was betrayed by his Brothers of the Night's Watch and stabbed multiple times in the gut for his attempts to ally them with their mortal enemies, the Wildlings.
Although the showrunners and the author of the novels George RR Martin have between them killed off dozens of main characters, this particular twist was extra painful as the doe-eyed snow was a favourite of so many. 

In addition, many fans felt short changed as well as blind-sided because much of John Snows mysterious origins were left unexplained, with many more assuming the overall trajectory of the plot would ultimately centre on Snow and Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen - as alluded to in the novel's title: A Song of Ice And Fire.
Since the June 14th finale, fans have been desperately scrambling for theories and evidence that Snow survived, clinging to the fact that the red witch Melisandre was present at Castle Black at the time, whose religion appears capable of raising people from the dead.
Some hope he warged into his direwolf ghost, others swear they saw his eye colour change right before the screen faded to black. 

But Kit himself appeared to dash all hopes in an interview with Entertainment Weekly when he insisted showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss told him he had very much gone the way of his mother, father and brother.
'I had a sit-down with Dan and David, we did the Tony Soprano walk [letting an actor know they're being whacked]. And they said, 'Look, you're gone, it's done.'
He said he was annoyed when a story leaked that he was getting a raise for season six and had even been optioned for season seven.

'I don't know where it came from, but it was inaccurate in many ways. It's going to put questions into your head and into fans' heads that things are not what they are. 
'Quite honestly, I have never been told the future of things in this show, but this is the one time I have. They sat me down and said, 'This is how it is.'
If anything in the future is not like that, then I don't know about it – it's only in David and Dan and George's heads,' he added. 

'But I've been told I'm dead. I'm dead. I'm not coming back next season. So that's all I can tell you, really.'
He revealed in the interview that he was now contractually permitted to cut his hair, and the final nail in the coffin appeared to come days later when he did just that.
But having been spotted with his long locks in Belfast, fans appear certain that Jon Snow is still very much alive. 

SOURCE: Daily Mail Uk

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