The Red Keep is the focus of Game of Thrones filming at the moment.
A wall which marks the entrance of the royal home is naturally painted crimson, as the name suggests.
However, Winter Is Coming have noticed one seriously distinguishing feature with the location as filming on the HBO show continues.
The red bricks appear to have been painted white over the past couple of days.
It is currently unknown what the thinking is behind the move as it has been rumoured the filming locations will be turned into tourism sights when the series is over.
However, those who have commented on the website have wondered if there is an alternative theory around the change of brick colour.
A white brick marks a new era in the history of the Red Keep.
With Cersei Lannister (played by Lena Headey) the current owner of the historic setting, could a paint job signify she has moved out?
But if she is out, who could move in?
The website wonders if the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) is the new owner since he has a penchant for all things wintery, of which the white brick could signify snow.
But what’s more, there’s another very famous connotation with snow on Game of Thrones: Jon Snow (Kit Harington).
Joffrey Baratheon (Jack Gleeson) previously explained in season three how the bricks do have significance.
He said: “Aegon built his castle of red rock to remind people of the fire he roasted his enemies in, so whenever King’s Landing looked up they’d see the price of defiance.”
Could the arrival of a white brick signify a big change coming in the finale?
This comes as a new theory has emerged suggesting Tyrion Lannister’s (Peter Dinklage) reunion with Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) will be vital to the finale.
The pair were forced to marry by the Lannister in an unbelievably cruel plot, but will their relationship have changed for the better in the meantime?
There’s no doubt that Sansa has been through a lot since they last saw each other after being subject to some horrific violence and brutality.
It was of course not a happy marriage, but there was no bad blood between the two unfortunate souls.
Could the pair join forces again to help Daenerys’ bid for the Iron Throne?
Game of Thrones will return to HBO and Sky Atlantic next year.
Seasons 1-7 are currently streaming on NOW TV with an Entertainment Pass for £7.99 a month, contract free.