The iconic Sky Atlantic series Game of Thrones is back. And Welsh fans of the seven kingdoms can now flex their inner Cersei pout or Jon Snow brood by sitting on the show's Iron Throne.

For the Iron Throne wants to be in Cardiff TODAY and it's been the thing that Game of Thrones' characters have been obsessing over for the past eight series, it's a pretty big deal.

The Iron Throne is heading to Cardiff

Followers of the multi award-winning program, based on George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire book series, wants to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be pictured on the show's hotly-contested seat of power. Robert and Joffrey (booo!) And Queen Cersei are going to follow in the bum-prints of kings.

Cersei has the Iron Throne

This pair want the Iron Throne

The Westerlands Kingdom – which is where the Lannisters are the overlords – version of the throne will be at St David's Shopping Center on Thursday, April 18 and Friday, April 19 from 9.30am to 8pm.

Sky's Director of Programs Zai Bennett said, "With one of the greatest shows of television's golden era coming to an end, we have to give it a try. The 7 Kingdoms Tour wants to do just that with fans getting the chance to enjoy what it feels like to sit on the Iron Throne before the eventual crowning moment at the end of the season. "

Game of Thrones' eighth and final series at Westeros, ready to destroy and capture all kingdoms for himself.

Series eight of Game of Thrones is available from Monday, April, 15 on demand at Now TV.

For more information on the Seven Kingdoms Tour, visit where you can track the throne's progress as it travels the UK.