In the most recent season of Outlander, both fans of the show and Diana Gabaldon criticised a sex scene between Claire (played by Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) as it was nothing like the moment included in the novels. Now, Diana has opened up on another moment involving Jamie which left fans disappointed.
Viewers will recall Claire left Jamie before the Battle of Culloden in the season two finale and ended up back in her own time.
She went on to raise their daughter Brianna (Sophie Skelton) in the 20th Century believing Jamie had been killed in battle.
However, once she realised her husband was actually still alive, she travelled back in time once more.
Claire found Jamie working at a print shop in Edinburgh and was thrilled to reveal he had a daughter who looked just like him.
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Outlander writer Diana Gabaldon recalls disappointing Jamie Fraser scene 'I was concerned' (Image: STARZ)
Outlander fans weren't too pleased with the scene where Jamie learns he is father to Brianan (Image: STARZ)
The moment is incredibly touching and one fans of Diana’s books were desperate to see.
However, the author has revealed fans have had “fits” over actor Sam’s interpretation of the scene.
Speaking on the Outcasts podcast, she recalled: “I don’t know if you noticed in the show but in season three, when Claire comes back to Jamie and shows him pictures of Brianna.
“Okay well in the book this is a moving and affecting scene, this is one of the main reasons she’s come back. It’s to show him his daughter and all