Game of Thrones star Kit Harington secretly checked into a luxury rehab facility for "stress and alcohol" issues ahead of the show's final episode, Page Six reports.
The British actor, who played Jon Snow on the HBO hit for eight years, has reportedly been staying at the luxury Connecticut health retreat Privé-Swiss for almost a month, having arrived shortly before the show's final air date on May 19.
The end of his stint as 'King of the North' is said to have "really hit him hard", with Harington previously admitting the thought of never playing Snow again "broke him".
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Harington, 32, is said to be undergoing "psychological coaching and cognitive behavioural therapy" as well as meditation training to help him cope with stress, exhaustion and negative emotions, according to Page Six.
Ultra-exclusive Privé-Swiss, which offers "luxury, private mental health treatment", costs more than $120,000 USD a month.
Kit's wife Rose Leslie, who played his on-screen love interest Ygritte on Game of Thrones, is said to be "extremely supportive" of the situation.
A source close to Harington revealed issues arose when the series was nearing its end.
"He realised this is it - this is the end. It was something they had all worked so hard on for so many years. He had a moment of, what next?"
Kit and Rose in 2017
In November 2018, Kit was the subject of cheating accusations after Russian model and reality star Olga Vlasova alleged the pair embarked on an affair during his engagement to GoT co-star Rose Leslie.
Vlasova shared a series of intimate photos of a man she claimed was Harington online, showing him (or someone who looks like him) asleep on a bed with a laptop next to him.
The model claimed she met the actor in Luxembourg, but the 'King of the North' strenuously denied the rumours with his reps saying: "He's never even been to Luxembourg nor has he ever met Olga Vlasova."
See what else Jon Snow had to say about the claims in the video below:
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