Sansa Stark, First Queen in the North
Look, we all know I have firmly been on Team Sansa since day one. But you have to admit, one of the few moments of the finale that feels right is the secession of the North from the Seven Kingdoms. Ever since Sansa escaped King's Landing, she's had a singular goal in mind: returning to Winterfell and ensuring her family never falls into the clutches of the South again. And honestly, if it wasn't for Sansa, the Starks wouldn't even have Winterfell in the first place. So, as a young woman who was held prisoner, sold into marriage, and beaten as punishment for her brother's campaign as King in the North, it's beautifully poetic to see Sansa be the Stark who finally secures the North's true freedom. And she doesn't ask for it, she declares that the North will be independent, like bad b*tches do!
Sansa has been destined for queenship since the first moment she's on screen, and it's fitting that after being right about basically everything, she gets her well-deserved crown. She isn't able to keep her family close, but she does get to see them go off to live their best lives, which is almost as good. In the end, the delicate Stark pawn outlives everyone who ever doubted her and comes out on top. A queen at her finest.