Now, it's time for a little racialized reading of the text (series) thus far. The savage dark-skinned King who marries the pure blonde civilized virgin was problematic. If this series wants to keep my attention, I'm praying the writer isn't guilty of some of that same kind of white boy simple-mindedness we all know George Lucas for where whole races/species get reduced down to dysfunctional types (like the Jar-Jar Binks -- a whole breed of simpletons put in for punchline and comic relief). So, I'll be watching to see if this culture gets fleshed out as more than dummies who for one white virgin go fight for homeboy, the prince. I did notice the girl/princes now savage queen seems, like her brother, to really miss home and want to go back. She perked up when she realized the one man was from home. In hoping the dark/savage king is more than a flat one-dimensional character who has his own agenda. It would be nice to see him use his army and become the King on the steele throne and let the new wife be queen and kill her brother, only after raping him..lol.
Although you're not on the mark with that, I don't think you'll be disappointed with what happens should they stick to the story, which I believe they (mostly) will. I found myself surprised by where Martin took his characters - there are some trite things, definitely, but mostly I think he did a great job of avoiding the obvious, so stick around for a few episodes.
Also, for what it's worth, although Daenerys said she missed home, she left there as a baby and her only "memories" are from her brother.