Caitriona Balfe, whose character Claire recently got engaged to Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) in the "Outlander" series, is quite excited about her onscreen wedding. The next episode of "Outlander" will showcase one of the most-awaited TV weddings of the year.
Claire, who is already married, will be walking down the aisle with Fraser dated back to 1743. For those who are not aware of the show's story line, Claire, a married nurse, mysteriously gets transported back into time, where she discovers her passionate love for Fraser and marries him.
"We're very excited for people to see the wedding episode," Balfe, told Access Hollywood. "I think it's gonna live up to people's expectations."
Claire decides to marry Fraser to save herself from Black Jack's power.
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"This is Dougal's plan to save Claire from having to go back into the hands of Black Jack, and you know, the very gallant James Fraser offers to marry her," added Balfe about the wedding.
It's also reported that Claire will wear a "to die for" wedding gown. Graham McTavish, who plays Dougal MacKenzie, told the website that the wedding gown is going to be breathtakingly beautiful, like an icing on the cake.
Meanwhile, Balfe and Heughan are creating waves with their alleged romance. The two share some passionate scenes on screen and this has led to rumours that they are dating in real life too. Balfe said in one her interviews that sex scenes were an integral part of the show as her character Claire has no qualms in being sexually active.
"I've filmed some sex scenes already but they're very integral to the storyline and they're not really gratuitous at all. Claire is a very sexually comfortable, sexually active woman and they show that. I think it's all in keeping with the story," said Balfe about her onscreen romance with Heughan, according to Nuke The Fridge.
"Outlander" Episode 7 airs Saturday, 20 September at 9 PM on Starz.
For those who are keen to watch "Outlander" season 1 episode online, it could be watched here.
The cast of the show includes Sam Heughans, Caitriona Balfe, Tobias Menzies, Setven Cree, Graham McTavish, Stephen Martin Walters, and Lotte Verbeek.