Spoilers: Who Is Pregnant on 'Game of Thrones'? Cersei Isn't the Only One with a Baby on the Way

Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones put major emphasis on relationships, and revealed one beloved couple's family is growing. Sam Tarly and Gilly are expecting another baby, and they revealed the news to close friend Jon Snow in the sweetest way.

After surviving the Battle of Winterfell in Episode 3, Sam and Gilly have more to celebrate than just making it out alive. The pair told Jon as he left Winterfell for King's Landing, and revealed if they birth a boy, they'd like to name it Jon after the King of the North.

Jon Snow and Sam Tarly have been close friends since Jon first joined the Night's Watch. After the couple revealed their name plans, Jon said he hoped they'd have a girl.

Gilly isn't the only one that's supposedly pregnant on Game of Thrones. Viewers have known of Cersei Lannister's pregnancy since Season 7, when she revealed she's expecting a child. The father is said to be Jamie Lannister, Cersei's brother.

Some fans question the legitimacy of Cersei's pregnancy, and claim the news could be a ploy for respect and loyalty from her brother. Others believe she really is pregnant. The pregnancy seems to oppose a prophecy Cersei was given as a child, which said she'd have three children. Cersei previously raised three children but all have since died.

It is common knowledge in Westeros that Cersei is expecting. In Sunday's episode, her brother, Tyrion Lannister, asked Cersei to spare her life and her unborn child's by surrendering to Daenerys' rule.

Other relationships flourished and fell during Episode 4. Jamie slept with, and seemingly formed a relationship with, Brianne of Tarth. Although he left her at Winterfell despite her pleas for him to stay. Arya Stark also received a proposal from Gendry, but somewhat expectedly, declined because she's "not a lady."

Daenerys and Jon also faced changes in their relationship, as the wannabe Queen asked him to keep his true identity a secret from his family. Jon did not abide, which could throw major drama their way in the final two episodes. Odds are the series ends before we see the new babies, but it'll be interesting to see how it continues to affect Cersei.