Game of Thrones' Margaery Tyrell and the actress who plays the sorta-kinda-not-quite-anymore Queen have something in common: they are both very, very generous. Margaery is super charitable and wanted to donate the leftovers of her wedding feast to the poor (well, before it turned into a Purple Wedding), and Natalie Dormer let Seth Meyers touch the bald part of her head. Yup, you read that correctly, and we've got a video to prove it.
Dormer appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers to talk Game of Thrones (of course) and her role in Mockingjay, the two-part final installment of The Hunger Games trilogy. She had to shave half of her head in order to play Cressida, and the actress has definitely been rocking the extreme look since the big shave-off. (Did you see her topless GQ photo shoot? What would Joffrey have done!?) When Meyers asked if he could touch that bald part of her head, Dormer told him to go ahead and do it, which is such a Margaery thing to do. She's always doing stuff for the people.
Margaery's position has changed quite a bit since Joff has kicked the metaphorical bucket, and it's put her in quite an uncomfortable predicament since she's not really the Queen anymore. But Dormer, on the other hand, is doing a-okay; between Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games, her career is in excellent shape. And also, the girl has the facial structure to really pull of this rebellious look. Even if the people in Westeros wouldn't consider it to be the hairstyle of an ex-Queen, everyone in the actual, real world, like Seth Meyers, is totally fascinated by it.
You can check out the video of the interview and that head-touching moment.