Which Targaryen is Jon Snow's father

Game of Thrones: Jon Snow's Family Tree

Jon Snow (Kit Harington) finally knows what the rest of us have been doing since the season six finale of Game of Thrones knows: he is a Targaryen. And not only that. He is also the legitimate heir to the Iron Throne and has to get used to a fancy new name: Aegon Targaryen.
Jon's best friend Samwell Tarly (John Bradley) reveals this groundbreaking family secret in the first episode of season eight. So Jon is not the illegitimate son of Ned Stark (Sean Bean), as he has believed all his life. Instead, Jon's parents are Ned's sister Lyanna Stark (Aisling Franciosi) and Prince Rhaegar Targaryen (Wilf Scolding). Rhaegar was once a married man and heir to the Iron Throne. However, when he met Lyanna, the love was so great that he decided to run away with her.
As Sam and Bran Stark tell each other in the final episode of season seven, Rhaegar annulled his first wife, Oberyn Martell's (Pedro Pascal) sister, Elia Martell, and married Lyanna in a secret ceremony. Since Rhaegar and Lyanna were married, their son "Jon" is a legitimate heir to the throne. That is why Lyanna tells her brother Ned during the birth of "Jon" that her son's name is Aegon Targaryen.
Now that Jon knows his complicated family history, he's probably seeking his place in the Targaryen tribe - and on the throne. Plus, it would be quite good to know how he is related to his new lover, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), before this love story continues. We try below to give you all the answers about Jon (Aegon? AeJon?) And his legacy.
Just over 300 years before the events of the series, Westeros was a sprawling continent ruled by various warring tribes under the leadership of various kings. Then Aegon Targaryen decided to bring each of these tribes under his rule. At the time, the Targaryens were still fairly newcomers to Westeros. They had previously fled their homeland, Valyria, and were stranded here. In season five, we learn that Valyria was a technologically and culturally sophisticated society that was brutally devastated by an unknown, fiery adversary.
Aegon starts his conquest with the help of his two wives, who were also his sisters, the queens Rhaenys and Visenya. After years of bloodshed, the Targaryens finally took control of Westeros and began ruling the Seven Kingdoms. Aegon sat on the Iron Throne in King's Landing. (This one got its name from the fact that it was made from the swords of Aegon's slain enemies.)
What is also important to know is that the Targaryens were not the kings of Valyria. They were members of the nobility and one of many clans with dragons. Only after the devastating fall of Valryia did the family become the only kite owners in Westeros.

Who is Daenerys Targaryen's father?

Aerys Targaryen (David Rintoul), also known as The mad king. He was the 17th king in the Targaryen dynasty. Aerys was an increasingly unstable king who executed Ned Stark's father Rickard (Wayne Foskett) and brother Brandon in a really gruesome way. Rickard was roasted alive in the throne room, Brandon choked to death. Before their death, Aerys accused Rickard and Brandon of treason for demanding the death of his son Rhaegar Targaryen - rumor had it that he had Ned's only sister, Lyanna Stark. kidnapped and raped. It was not known at the time that the two were actually lovers.
The “kidnapping” of Lyanna, coupled with the brutal murders of the Starks, sparked a rebellion that eventually led to Robert Barathon (Mark Addy) becoming king. Robert was engaged to Lyanna and madly in love with her.

How is Jon and Daenerys related?

Daenerys was born on Dragonstone and was a baby during the events of Robert's Rebellion. She is the only daughter of Aerys Targaryen. Daenerys ’older brother, Viserys Targaryen (Harry Lloyd), was a toddler at the time. The mother of the two is the late Rhaella Targaryen, sister and wife of Aerys, who died giving birth to Daenerys.
That means Daenerys is Jon's aunt and Viserys is his uncle. Given Jon and Daenerys' sexual relationship, they can at least find consolation in the fact that they come from a long tradition of family ties. The first Aegon was married to his two sisters. Daenerys parents and thus Jon’s grandparents were siblings.

What happened to Jon's father, Rhaegar Targaryen?

Rhaegar was owned by Robert Baratheon during hundreds of miles north of King's Landing Roberts rebellion killed. The death of Rhaegar, the most beloved member of the royal family and a skilled warrior, brought the Targaryen rule to an almost complete end. But Aeyrs was still on the Iron Throne. The Targaryen dynasty was eventually destroyed when Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), a member of the Royal Guard, stabbed Aeyrs and conquered the castle for his father, Lord Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance).

Does Jon Snow have any other relatives?

Jon and Daenerys are now the last living members of the Targaryen House. Jon's half-brother and sister - the children of Rhaegars originally annulled marriage to Elia Martell - were forcibly murdered in King's Landing by Gregor Cleagane (Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson), who fought for the Lannisters, during Tywin's conquest of the capital. Rhaegar's first children were called Rhaenys and Aegon, which means that the prince had two sons named Aegon.
There was another, much older Targaryen, who was in the early seasons of Game of Thrones hobbled through Westeros. As we learn in season one, Maester Aemon (Peter Vaughan) of the Night's Watch is also a Targaryen. "What choice did I have when the ravens brought the news from the south?" Recalls Aemon Roberts rebellion.
Aemon reveals that he is a Targaryen prince and his father is the little-known King Maekar. Aemon was offered the crown after Maekar's death, but declined due to his duty as a maester. So the Iron Throne went to his brother Aegon V, the fourth son of Maekar. Aerys is the son of Aegon V.

Is Jon Still a Stark?

Yes, of course he is. The revelation that Lyanna Stark is his mother and Rhaegar is his biological father just means that Ned is not his father, but his uncle. That makes the Stark siblings Sansa (Sophie Turner), Arya (Maisie Williams) and Bran (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) his cousins.