The simple answer is no. Claire and
Jamie marries Claire to keep her from falling into the hands of the evil Captain "Black Jack" Randall. They have one child, Faith, who doesn't survive birth; an adopted son named Fergus; and a daughter, Brianna. Jamie has a son named William Ransom with Geneva Dunsany, who died during William's birth.
If we're looking for the straight answer, it's two. Claire and Jamie only have two biological children together: Faith and Brianna. Faith was the stillborn baby in France.
Brianna and Roger grow their family in Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone. It turns out that they do have another baby.
When Brianna travels to 18th-century Scotland, she marries Roger MacKenzie. They have a son, Jeremiah "Jemmy" Fraser MacKenzie, and a daughter, Amanda MacKenzie.
But as she gears up for this life change, she's also grown increasingly worried about her son's disability. During the premiere episode, Bri blamed herself for her son's missing arm, which she said last season was a result of amniotic band syndrome, or constricted growth while he was in utero.
Because yes, Claire and Lord John end up married in book seven, and yes, they drunkenly (and full of grief for the loss of Jamie, whom they both love with all of their heart) consummate that marriage.
It's all pretty bizarre, but Brianna sensibly plays along to save herself, and even convinces Bonnet to let her go home and get Jemmy. Well, at least until Bonnet wants to seal their agreement with a kiss, at which point he realizes Brianna has no real feelings for him.
In November 1774, Lizzie reveals that she is pregnant and the father of her child is one of the Beardsley twins, but neither she nor they know which one. After Jamie handfasts Lizzie to Kezzie, she and the twins go to Roger and ask him to handfast Lizzie to Jo. Their son Rodney is born on April 19, 1775.
Claire gives him a beautiful, tender answer: she shares his regret, but regret is not enough. And together they make the decision to give the baby to Lucinda, a young mother who lost her own baby at birth, and has both love and milk in abundance.
For instance, Lord John Grey learns the truth about Claire, Brianna, and Roger... though he has a hard time believing it. And speaking of Roger and Brianna, they get into their own time-travel trouble — Roger with his ancestor Buck and Brianna with Rob Cameron.
Just as she begins to worry that Jamie might be capable of lying to her, Jamie quells her fear by revealing to her his indiscretion with Mary MacNab, a woman who worked at Lallybroch, while Claire was back in 1968 with Frank and Brianna. This confession soothes Claire, and the two find themselves realigned once again.
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When Claire returns to the past, she and Jamie reconnect and begin to live as man and wife once again. But some might be wondering what the legal implications of Jamie's marriage to Laoghaire might mean. Given he remarried after Claire, it seems possible their marriage might be void after all.
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Rob Cameron, one of Brianna's coworkers, kidnaps Jem, and it appears that he has taken Jem into the past. Roger and William travel through time to find them, but Rob appears at Brianna's home and orders her to tell Jem to disclose the location of the gold.
Grey falls in love with Jamie, who rejects his advances. Still, Grey cannot dismiss his feelings.
Brianna slept with Roger after they were handfast. However, that same night, she was raped by Stephen Bonnet. It was after this that Bree learned she was pregnant with Jemmy, and now nobody really knows who Jemmy's father is.
Claire Fraser was born on October 20, 1918.
That would make her 27-and-a-half at the time she and Jamie meet in the books, while Jamie's barely 22. This would make Claire five and a half years older than Jamie.
There are no biological children after Brianna in Outlander
Claire and Jamie don't have any more children after Brianna. Claire heads through the stones while pregnant with Brianna at the end of the second season/book. She spends 20 years in the 20th century, and she and Frank don't have any children together.
After the dust has settled, and with assistance from Ned Gowan, Jamie's marriage to Laoghaire is declared invalid – as Claire was clearly still alive – and he agrees to pay her a yearly fee and provide a dowry for each of her two daughters.
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Claire technically has three husbands when you read all eight current Outlander books.