Emilia Clarke recovers from a 2nd aneurysm and reveals that she lost function in one segment of her brain, but not her speech.

Emilia Clarke surprised she can speak after past aneurysms. "Part of my brain is missing but it doesn’t affect my speaking," says Clarke.

Emilia Clarke, known for playing Daenerys Targaryen on "Game of Thrones," was genuinely surprised to see how quickly she recovered after suffering from two life-threatening brain aneurysms.

She expressed her wonder at the "amazing" recovery journey in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

Clarke opened up more about his health ordeal in an interview with BBC's "Sunday Morning" on July 17

Emilia Clarke surprised she can speak after past aneurysms. "The amount of my brain that is no longer usable - it's remarkable that I am able to speak.

sometimes articulately, and live my life completely normally with absolutely no repercussions," she said.

Emilia Clarke surprised she can speak after past aneurysms. The actress also said that she could see the scan of her brain afterwards. 

She noted that it was one day after the aneurysm and she was in a lot of pain, but she saw her brain and mostly just felt grateful to be alive.

"Because strokes, basically, once they cut off blood flow to your brain for even a second it’s gone. But then the blood finds an alternative route to get there so.