Kit Harington seen for the first time since entering rehab

Kit Harington has been spotted for the first time since news broke he had checked into a luxury rehab to be 'treated for stress and alcohol'.

The Game of Thrones star has spent the past month at the private Connecticut health retreat Privé-Swiss, where he is allowed to come and go.

Residents of the small town Madison, where the facility is located, have reported seeing the actor out and about on several occasions while the last series of the HBO fantasy epic had been airing.

Kit was seen heading towards a gym wearing a brown flat cap, grey jogging bottoms, a white T-shirt and light jacket, as he carried a plastic water bottle.

As reported by the Daily Mail he left his private villa and was accompanied by an assistant from the boutique fitness centre which is also owned by the rehab facility that reportedly costs around $120,000 a month.

Kit is said to have spent around an hour inside the gym.

It is believed that Kit arrived there a few weeks before the finale was aired on TV and he has been undergoing psychological coaching, practicing mindful meditation and cognitive behavioral therapy to combat stress and deal with negative emotions.

His representative said on Tuesday: "Kit has decided to utilize this break in his schedule as an opportunity to spend some time at a wellness retreat to work on some personal issues."

Page Six reports that it costs $120,000 (£94,788) a month and his wife, actress Rose Leslie, is said to be "extremely supportive," at this moment.

Kit's appearance outdoors comes after he was seen breaking down in tears in a heart-wrenching video as he bid farewell to Game of Thrones .

The star, who played Jon Snow in the show, is seen getting emotional as he made a powerful speech to his co-stars and the crew as filming ended.

After filming his final scenes, Kit addressed the group, telling them: "I feel like my heart is breaking. I love this show."

Kit takes a second to compose himself as he fights back tears, before he continues: "More than, I think, anything.

"It has never been a job for me. It's been my life, and this will always be the greatest thing I'll ever do and be a part of, and you have been just my family.

"I love you for it, and thank you so much."

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