If you've gotta get canned from one of the most popular TV series in recent memory, you can at least have a sense of humor about it.
That's the lesson we learned from 16-year-old Aimee Richardson and the hilarious Vine video that she uploaded after receiving news that she wouldn't be returning for Game of Thrones, season 5.
We all know GoT kills off characters like it's going out of style, but at least the Ned Starks and Oberyn Martells of Westeros get to go out with cool death scenes.
Richardson - who plays the heretofore seldom seen Princess Myrcella Baratheon - has been recast simply because producers decided to go in a different direction.
Richardson has been with the series since season one and was probably eagerly anticipating her character's expanded storyline in season five.
The actress humorously captioned the above video, "Well, this is embarrassing."
Richardson has been a trouper and an endless source of humor since receiving word that she's been let go.
She's repeatedly thanked fans for their support and even appealed to GoT obsessives with a tweet about Princess Arianne, a character in George R.R. Martin's books who was inexplicably cut from the show.
"If any potential Ariannes want to come and sit on the street, you can email me," Richardson tweeted.
Well played, milady. Someone get this girl a throne to sit on, STAT!