Game of Thrones Season 6, does Sansa have a Bolton bun in the oven?

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Warning! This article contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Seasons 5 and 6 and speculation for future episodes. Sansa may have escaped Ramsay Bolton, but did he leave her with a child when he raped her?

Sansa Stark has literally had it the worst out of every character in Westeros over the past six seasons. Sure, she may be alive, but she's experienced some horrific things over the last few years. Fortunately she's come out stronger and alive, but there comes a time when you have to say enough is enough, leave Sansa alone! And now that Sansa is finally happy after re-uniting with her brother Jon in Game of Thrones Season 6: Episode 4, The Wrap has posted a tragic fan theory proposing that Sansa Stark is pregnant with Ramsay Bolton's child. Come on guys, what did we say about leaving Sansa alone?! While we don't want the theory to be true, it is backed up with some solid evidence, so check out a summary of what they had to say below.

Some substantiation for the theory also comes from the Game of Thrones Free Folk subreddit (warning: contains speculation and potential spoilers for future episodes of Season 6), and the anchor of the theory lies in the scene Sansa and Petyr shared in Game of Thrones Season 6: Episode 5, where Sansa told Baelish: "I can still feel it. I don’t mean ‘in my tender heart it still pains me so’ — I can still feel what he did in my body standing here right now." Many fans have interpreted this as meaning that she can still feel what it felt like when Ramsay raped her because it was so horrific and traumatic, but users of the subreddit speculate that while this could still be true, some fans are theorizing that those words also took a more literal meaning, and that Sansa is in the early stages of pregnancy with Ramsay's child. The theory also points to Sansa's lack of appetite at Castle Black as signs of pregnancy sickness, and refer back to a potential baby bump in early promo photos of Sansa for Game of Thrones Season 6. What do you think of this fan theory?

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