Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones, has ​previously expressed the importance of the show to her, and how challenging it will be to move on.

"The transformation of Daenerys is the greatest gift I've been given as an actor, 100 percent," Clarke said an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. "Daenerys is so much a part of who I am, and I am so much a part of who she is, so it's this incredibly frightening thing to walk away from — but at the same time, unbelievably exciting."

But while moving on will be difficult, Clarke shared her plans to remember the show while on Live With Kelly and Ryan. 

"I'm looking to get a tattoo,” Ryan Seacrest said, “and I was in a tattoo parlor the other day trying to make an appointment and they said they were full because you're coming in to get a tattoo of a dragon.”

Clarke confirmed her plans to get inked. "Yes," she said while pumping her arm. "Sorry, mom!"

"I'm going to get a dragon right here, sort of flying away," said Clarke as she pointed to the inside of her left wrist. "I sort of think that's cool... a little kind of peace out."

Clarke has gotten a tattoo for another role, so she's no stranger to getting inked for a character she connected with. In 2015, she got a bee tattoo on her pinky, to remember the film “Me Before You.”

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones doesn't come out until next year. However, Clarke will also star in Solo: A Star Wars Story which hits theaters on Friday.