Probably. She's incredibly cute, as well as pretty and a fan-favorite. That said, here's an incredibly controversial notion - she's not a very good actress. Made a fine Daenerys, though.
That’s why I chose her and would have chosen her even if I wasn’t quite fond of her work this last season. There’s a possible chance she can reprise her Star Wars role at some point (please) and she looks pretty damn charming in the new Paul Feig Christmas romantic comedy...not sure movie will be good though. Regardless what anyone thinks of her precise skill as an actress, nobody can deny she’s an immensely charming and lovely person on top of being beautiful and that goes a long way. On top of that I genuinely think she’s improving her acting, last season of Thrones is her best dramatic work regardless of writing, she’s good in Solo and looks good in the new Feig. I think a couple years ago she lost most of her tics that bugged me in the past personally.
It's not often that the hero of the story chooses oblivion and uncertainty and that a story leaves you at that point. It's why I like the ending: there are no guarantees for happiness or any certainty of a just rule in the Seven Kingdoms at all. The ending presents us with the possibility of those things becoming a reality but the show has also showed us how flawed all these characters are and what terrible moral decisions they have made on occasion. Noone has ever come back from a voyage into the West either. Maybe Arya is sailing to her death, maybe she isn't. Maybe Sansa will make for a good queen, maybe not. Maybe Jon will have a happy life beyond the Wall...or maybe he'll fall of his horse and die in the middle of nowhere being hated by many in the Seven Kingdoms for killing the woman he loved. We'll never know and that's kinda great.