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Jamie has a son named William Ransom with Geneva Dunsany, who died during William's birth. Jamie also has two stepdaughters, Marsali MacKimmie Fraser and Joan MacKimmie, from his marriage to his second wife, Laoghaire MacKenzie.
Unable to sleep, Claire heads to Colum's library to borrow a book, and ends up eavesdropping on a conversation between Colum and Dougal. She discerns that Dougal has gotten Laoghaire pregnant.
The writers of Outlander made a big change to the series from the source material in season three. In the third outing, Jamie Fraser (played by Sam Heughan) tied the knot with Laoghaire MacKenzie (Nell Hudson) during the 20 years while Claire (Caitriona Balfe) was in the future.
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.
It began in the form of a bad haircut, after Malva and housekeeper Mrs Bug cut Claire's hair off to ease the fever. Poor Claire.
Janet "Jenny" Fraser Murray, born in 1719, is the second child of Brian and Ellen Fraser, between older brother, William, and younger brother, James. She grew up in the Scottish Highlands on her family's estate, Broch Tuarach. She is married to Ian Murray and together they have seven children.
Nonetheless, Jamie did have sexual relations with Laoghaire in a bid to make the marriage work but ultimately failed and so the couple separated. Additionally, it seems Jamie was acting of out duty to his new wife however past trauma meant Laoghaire was unable to reciprocate.
Claire and Jamie only have two biological children together: Faith and Brianna. Faith was the stillborn baby in France. Mother Hildegarde baptized the child despite it being against the law, and Jamie never got to see her.
Laoghaire goes completely nuts. She tells Brianna her mother is a witch who should have burned at the stake, that she bewitched Jamie and nastily tells her that Jamie never wanted a child, so he sent Claire away. She locks Brianna up.
William Buccleigh MacKenzie is the illegitimate son of Dougal MacKenzie and Geillis Duncan, and was raised by William John and Sarah MacKenzie.
I think it's one of the most interesting relationships in the story: On the one hand, Dougal genuinely loves [Jamie] and holds him in great affection, but at the same time sees him as an obstacle to his ambition. That's what makes Dougal such an interesting character to play.
Claire Fraser has two biological children in Outlander the TV series so far. However, there are many others close to her heart.
This one stings.
The simple answer is no. 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.
Jamie: "Claire, it was you. It's always been you, and it always will be. Get into bed and put the candle out.
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.
In the original source material, Laoghaire gets Claire put on trial for being a witch by sending a note. But in the TV series, she turns up to testify against Claire, showing just how vindictive she can be. Laoghaire was jealous and wanted to punish Claire for marrying Jamie in a shock move.
Claire Saves Jamie's Life by Giving Him a [NSFW] in Outlander Season 5, Episode 9. Forget CPR! So, this entire episode of Outlander basically revolved around an evil snake (Lord Voldemort, is that you?) biting Jamie's thigh, and it was all extremely dramatic and angsty so let's get right to it.
Director Brendan Maher told Vulture that while both Menzies and Heughan had stunt doubles for the physically demanding sequence, neither used them much. “We had people for safety, just in case, but the nature of the work is that you want the actors to do as much as they possibly can,” Maher said.
6. Claire sleeps with King Louis XV to free Jamie from the Bastille. When Jamie goes to jail for illegally dueling Black Jack Randall in Paris, he's imprisoned in the Bastille. Claire, who miscarried their daughter Faith, goes to meet the king and plead for him to free Jamie so they can return to Scotland.
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Although Claire couldn't exactly tell her the truth, Jenny's feelings are as justified as she said she would have liked to have known she was alive. Jenny also adds that she knew Claire was hiding something from her ("First Wife"). It will be another 10 years after this before Claire tells the Murrays the truth.
She was born on Oct. 20, 1918. It was 1945 when she fell through the stones, and she would have been turning 27 that year. In the show, she has already turned 27 by the time she falls through the stones as the series is set in October rather than May at first.