“I give you what no other man could give… justice for your murdered daughter.” – Euron Greyjoy
Euron rides through King’s Landing, triumphantly dragging Yara, Ellaria and Tyene behind him. He presents Ellaria and her daughter to Cersei; Ellaria stares at the Mountain, shocked to see him alive. Euron is eager to claim Cersei's hand, but the queen agrees to give him what he wants, “when the war is won.” Openly mocked by Euron, Jaime struggles to restrain himself.
Ellaria and Tyene are chained in the Red Keep dungeon as Cersei circles their cell, reminding her of Oberyn and Myrcella. Taunting Ellaria, Cersei kisses Tyene on the mouth, then wipes off her lipstick and drinks from a vial. Tyene, realizing what’s happened, cries out, as her mother, gagged, looks on in horror. Cersei tells Ellaria she will remain alive to watch her daughter die and her body waste away. Mother and daughter move to one another, but their chains keep them inches apart, unable to touch.
In Cersei’s bedchamber, Jaime massages the stump on his right arm. The queen enters, and, no longer bothered by Jaime’s injury, kisses him passionately. Removing Jaime’s pants, Cersei sinks to her knees. At dawn, Cersei’s handmaiden knocks on the bedchamber door to announce a visitor from Braavos. Jaime is worried about being seen in his sister’s bed but, smiling at her brother, the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms says matter-of-factly, “I’ll do as I please.” Cersei opens the door wide enough for the girl to see Jaime.
Tycho Nestoris of the Iron Bank sits in the Small Council chamber, looking to discuss the Lannister debt and future investments with Cersei. Cersei pointedly asks how the Iron Bank is profiting now that Daenerys has ended slavery. Inviting Tycho to stay for a fortnight, she promises her debt will soon be paid in full.