Some are more surprising than others. This season is very much about family, and about the foundations of that. And actually on the life of Brianna and the future. But they are madly in love with each other. Mark Mainz And Claire, what is her perspective? So she has this desire I suppose, and in the beginning it's slightly hidden, but this desire to stay and make America her home.
And Caitriona, you're getting married soon, is that correct? We're taking you through the stones to the Outlander set in Scotland and bringing you along on our exclusive tour of Jamie and Claire's new American home: Fraser's Ridge. Getty Images Claire and Jamie will live in an adorable log cabin. I think it's a nice thing to be able to explore that maternal side of it. Outlander fans have been shipping the show's stars since the series premiered almost four years ago—and it's easy to see why. Scotland—and Ireland—has such a romantic appeal. For example, my boyfriend frequently steals the blanket when we are sleeping in our shared bed in our shared apartment in our shared life.
But for Claire, America's very much in her blood, she spent 20 years living there, she raised her daughter there. That I was reconnecting with my younger self and all of that, which was really nice. In the current storylines in the time travel show, Caitriona had returned to the 20th century pregnant with her and Jamie's child Brianna Sophie Skelton in series two in order to ensure their child was brought up in a safe environment. There's a blanket next to him on the couch, which is probably why he said it, but. But for now, we know it will be heavily focused on Claire and Jamie settling down.
In that really optimistic Irish way. So I was able to break free and do my own thing. I know what this role would be. She goes for a different purpose, and in a different way than Claire did, and once she arrives there, she has a different set of problems than what Claire dealt with. It may not be the kind of on-the-surface passion that you have when you're first falling in love, but the passion runs deeper. You can be the officiant, Sam.
How about all of those avid fans? Season 2 of Outlander kicks off on Saturday, April 9th at 10pm on Starz. In your house, the girls outnumbered the boys. She was just getting outrageous, stealing all my snacks, and my blanket and stuff, Heughan responded trailing off. I think you may be alluding to a small number of people who like to complain about stuff, but that happens in every fandom and I think you can't take the good without also having to take the bad and I think we both just feel so fortunate. I don't think you necessarily have to have children to understand maternal or paternal instincts and it's been really nice to explore that side of our characters this season.
So for me, personally home has to be about people because I think I change my place so often, but I'm very fortunate to have an amazing group of friends and someone very important in my life, so I think that's what home is for me. I had never experienced anything like this before! Image via Starz We know that Brianna will be doing some time-traveling this season, and that she and Jamie will finally meet. Find out what Heughan thinks Balfe would do if she found a friend for her cat Eddie, what Balfe thinks Heughan would do if he was asked to shave his head, and loads more in this video interview. You know nobody lives with that first falling in love passion forever. And it must be stressful—how do you deal with that? What does that mean for their relationship? Ferrari , I pick books of that era, to imagine what the character would be reading at the time. They're dealing with this land and there's a lot of dangers there and a lot of politics as well.
Season four of Outlander premieres Sunday, Nov. If there was any doubt in your mind that the chemistry between Jamie Sam Heughan and Claire Caitriona Balfe was real, this recently released first screen test will set all those doubts aside. Meanwhile, her long-haired lover was typically dapper in a capsule suit and white shirt. In the forthcoming season 4, our favorite bodice-ripping couple will finally get to relax—sort of. Sam was just giving Caitriona an Instagram Stories tutorial between interviews We're good, I'm just teaching Caitriona about Instagram stories, Sam said. Clearly bemused by the disparity of response, Sam retweeted an article by E! Does one of you get more criticism than the other? But without the tension of constantly being separated, or imprisoned, or nearly dead, things might have slowed down a little in that department. That feeling of family comes off so authentically.
But from the beginning, the two have said that, despite Jamie and Claire's intense chemistry and century-defying love, they're just friends in real life. Aimee Spinks The show naturally has a lot of dedicated fans, which means both of you have been subjected to a lot of criticism from the fans over the years—from what you wear, how your hair looks—how does that make you feel? This was literally when she sealed the deal and got the show. I mean the passion that these fans have and their generosity just continues to bowl us over. I think she's an incredibly liberal, sort of forward looking person who sees every person as equal. So it did sort of have that romantic connection to my childhood. Kathryn Wirsing Caitriona announced her engagement to in January; Sam has reportedly been dating on and off for the last few months. Are you good friends with Sam Heughan, who plays your soul mate, Jamie Fraser? Remember way back in the pilot episode, when Frank sees a random Scotsman staring at Claire through their hotel window in Inverness, only for him to bizarrely disappear? What is your favorite thing about your Outlander character, Claire? Online entitled 'Outlander's Rape Scenes Were Far More Graphic Than Game Of Thrones'—So Where's the Backlash? Balfe says to her onscreen husband during our tour.
Obviously it's going to be so sweet for her to see Brianna again, but she's going to be worried about her. I love to get the newspaper and sit around and read. We were so lucky that they accepted us and that they were happy with what we were doing. Getty Images Heughan also follows up with the No, we are together and we do work together, line, delivered so naturally. And I think it's very important for us, you know we've been doing the show for five years now and looking at going into another couple of seasons, which we're really excited about, but to be able to go and do other things keeps it fresh for us and let's you stretch other muscles and keep working on your craft.