FORMER porn legend Mia Khalifa poses in a Game of Thrones inspired fantasy costume and gets her fans excited.
Not long after a prestigious lecture at Oxford University, the X-rated star shared a sexy snap of her on Instagram dressed as cosplay favorite Daenerys Targaryen.
The 30-year-old brunette beauty had The Mother of Dragon’s signature wavy blonde hair, jewels under her eyes and an outfit reminiscent of the character’s Dothraki era.
And if anyone was unsure of inspiration, Mia helped with a gif of Daenerys, a dragon emoji and the quote, “Bend the knee.”
Fans of the Lebanese-American pornstar are now wondering if that’s a sign of an upcoming project for her OnlyFans – where it’s reported she can make £8,200 a day selling her racy pics.
The enterprising creator is cash rich as she has reportedly amassed a net worth of around £4.3million.
She’s put her money into a stunning collection of cars and has hundreds of thousands worth of dazzling engines in her garage.
Mia’s most expensive car is her Ferrari F12 Berlinetta which is priced at a staggering £300,000.
The PornHub favorite is currently touring the UK, where she even took the time to get caught up in some coronation celebrations as she posed alongside the now-crowned King Charles III.
She even cheekily referenced the infamous royal tampongate scandal when Charles admitted wanting to be Camilla’s “tampon.”
The retired star said: “I was just checking to see if it was a regular tampon or an oversized one?”
Last month, the adult creator shared an adorable throwback photo from her childhood – and fans said she was unrecognizable.
She is about seven years old, wearing a white dress and gloves, and holding a bouquet of flowers close to her face.
Mia, who was drafted as a Catholic in Lebanon, wrote alongside the picture: “Things I ate and survived: my first communion.”
Also in April, she revealed her list of demands before accepting a photoshoot.
She told her fans on Twitter how she decides which brands she will work with and which ones she refuses to be associated with.
She wrote: “I’ve never done a shoot without sending the creative/stylist team my list of brands I don’t want to wear. It is not difficult not to support abusers.”