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Jamie and Cersei


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I don't think that he knows about it. When Cersei stands before the crowd, High Sparrow only says she "comitted acts of falsehood and fornification." He doesn't specify who she had sex with. So how would people know who he meant? How would Jaime know who he meant? He wasn't in the capital at the time, so he can't even say that someone's behaviour looked suspicious. Maybe he doesn't even know what she was accused of, he wasn't at the capital during her walk of shame so he only hears people talk about it and he might think that they are just exaggerate and that with every telling the story changes and becomes more monstrous and shocking.

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