Lena Headey, who stars as Cersei on “Games of Thrones”, has reportedly entered into a no texting while driving clause in her recent divorce settlement.
The actress had a judge sign off on the requirement after her former husband, Peter Loughran, was involved in a car wreck.
The 40-year-old actress made the agreement legally binding to protect their three-year-old son Wylie Elliot.
The clause goes both ways, requiring both Lena and Peter to download an app to their phones that prohibits both texting and emailing while behind the wheel. The British actress is set to film in locations such as Ireland and Croatia for the upcoming season of “Game Of Thrones”.
The terms of the divorce are reported to require Lena to pay Peter a thousand dollars a month in addition to providing him airfare and room and board while they are on the road for her acting job.
The former couple separated two years ago and have just now finalized their divorce. The pair were married for four years before bringing an end to their marriage.
The actress portrays the evil Queen Regent Cersei Lannister on the hit HBO series, a character capable of being both manipulative and deceptive while appearing to be innocent.
The fantasy series aired their third season finale episode in June, and Lena later admitted to feeling remorse for her character’s evil ways. She revealed she actually cried when her onscreen rival Catelyn Stark (played by Michelle Fairley) and her son Robb (Richard Madden) died on the show.
Filming is currently underway for the fourth season of the show, which is scheduled to premiere in early 2014.
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