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Emilia Clarke is made an MBE for co-founding brain injury charity with her mother after surviving two haemorrhages

The Game Of Thrones star, 37, beamed from ear to ear as she accepted her honours at Windsor Castle on Wednesday.

Her second bleed in 2013 needed surgery after scans showed it had doubled in size, and Emilia has previously told how she was in the 'really small minority' of people who have survived and been left with 'no repercussions'. They are most common in people aged between 45 and 70 and can leave patients with extreme tiredness, problems sleeping, headaches, vision disturbances and loss of movement, but Emilia previously said she has been left unaffected, The experience prompted Emilia and her mother Jennifer to set up charity SameYou to raise funds and help increase neuro-rehabilitation access after brain injury and stroke.

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