Outlander's Claire and Brianna Are Caught in a Horrible Fight in Sneak Peek of “Freedom & Whisky”


Outlander's Claire and Brianna Are Caught in a Horrible Fight in Sneak Peek of “Freedom & Whisky”

A guest has arrived on this week’s episode of Outlander, but it looks like he arrived at a very bad time. 

In this clip, exclusive to E! News, Roger (Richard Rankin) has come to visit Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Brianna (Sophie Skelton) in Boston, which is where they headed when their search for evidence of Jamie wasn’t really going well in Scotland. 

But it doesn’t look like life is going very well for them in Boston either, since they were “yelling,” as Brianna says. 

“Brianna has decided to withdraw from Harvard, and is moving out,” Claire explains of their fight, but she seems to think it’s easily fixable, and that the dean could just have Brianna reinstated. 

“You’re not listening!” her daughter yells. “I need a break. You expect me to just come back to Boston and be who I was? I tried, and it’s not working.” And Poor Roger’s just kind of there, probably wishing he wasn’t there at all. 

Obviously Brianna’s entire life just changed with the news that her father wasn’t her father, and she’s understandably not handling it all that well. She had a few more scenes in the last episode than she had in the book, and in episode five, she gets even more time to process what’s going on. 

“Brianna and Claire have always had a tough relationship,” EP Maril Davistold us. It’s certainly loving, but it seems like Claire has always held Brianna kind of at arm’s length. And Brianna’s always kind of wondered why and has always been closer to Frank, and to find out the reason for that is because your father was somebody else, and maybe every time your mother looks at you she thinks about your real father and that is a very complicated relationship. To then question your own identity and what that all means was important to us, because if it was glossed over in the books, we felt that was something that was so interesting to portray and such an interesting character beat for that character, to see those emotions.”

Of course, episode five is not just about Brianna. It also finally gets us to the place book readers been anxiously waiting for since the end of season two: the print shop!! 

Outlander airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Starz.

Published at Wed, 04 Oct 2017 16:00:00 +0000

Charlotte Church Marries Johnny Powell in Secret Rustic Wedding

Charlotte Church, Johnny Powell, Wedding

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You can now call her Mrs. Voice of an Angel.

Charlotte Church is married. The Welsh singer posted on Wednesday on her Twitter page a photo of her and musician Johnny Powell, her beau of about seven years, at their wedding.

In the pic, the two hold hands under a tree adorned with flower decorations. Church, 31, is wearing a white off-the-shoulder gown and a flower crown while her new husband, 30, sports a patterned suit.

“Seriously happy people,” she captioned the pic, which was taken by her cousin, Elliot Cooper.

Church and Powell officially tied the knot at the Cardiff Register Office at City Hall in Cardiff, Wales on September 16 and the wedding itself was held at their Dinas Powys home, BBC News reported.

 She also said she paid almost $400 for her wedding dress.

“Shhhhh…..it was £300 in the sale! I’ll find out who made it and let you know,” she tweeted to a fan.

This marks the first marriage for Church.

The wedding took place three months after she revealed she had suffered a miscarriage while trying to conceive her first child with Powell and her third overall. She has a 10-year-old daughter, Ruby, and 8-year-old son, Dexter, with ex-boyfriend and Welsh rugby player Gavin Henson.

Published at Wed, 04 Oct 2017 15:26:00 +0000