in Outlander, love is greatly tested. Without it, some of our beloved characters would have nothing to fight, die, or travel through time. If Claire (Caitriona Balfe) did not fall in love with Jamie (Sam Heughan), she will go back through the stone, back to Frank in the 1940s. Outlander will finish before it starts.
Among all the planning, fighting, and survival in the 18th and 20th centuries, there was always Space for love. With every new issue that hits the best features of Outlander, their romantic relationship only strengthened. Their love survives even though they are centuries apart.
10 “Monsters And Heroes” – Season 5, Episode 9
“Monsters and Heroes” did not start great. The snake bit Jamie, and the poison slowly killed him. For once, Claire wasn’t much help. She has never dealt with a poisonous bite. She was afraid of having to cut off Jamie’s leg, but she got maggots eating the dead flesh.
Jamie would rather die than lose his leg, but Claire will do anything to help him. That night Jamie asks Claire to touch him. After Jamie heals, he admits that he had the choice to die but didn’t. That’s why he asked Claire to touch him. She kept him alive. Whether he lives or dies, he will always love her.
9 “The Company We Keep” – Season 5, Episode 4
in Outlander Season 5, Episode 4, Roger (Richard Rankin) deal with the soldiers while Brianna (Sophie Skelton) manage things at home. She makes sure everyone is safe if Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speelers) decided to visit. Meanwhile, Claire and Jamie tried to meet with the militia but were distracted by Fanny’s care. (Bronwyn James) child.
Jamie was relieved to see Claire with the baby because he had never seen her with Bree. When they go to Roger’s party, Jamie offers to adopt them, so they can be parents together. Claire says she loves Jamie more for suggesting the idea but refuses and admits that their life together is perfect.
8 “American The Beautiful” – Season 4, Episode 1
Life in America didn’t start well, but Claire and Jamie got through it. All the deaths that happen make Claire fear that she will lose Jamie at any moment. Jamie tells her a heartfelt story about how he died after she left him at Culloden, but still loves her.
He said one of the most romantic things to her, “When my body dies, my soul will remain yours. Nothing is lost Sassenach, only changed.” Then, they shared a moment of intimacy. Later, the couple celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary. Claire is emotional, and they share a tearful moment together. It’s clear that Claire is getting along well with Jamie.
7 “Doldrums” – Season 3, Episode 9
Earlier, Jamie told Claire that they were together for life. However, he swore to stone her if she wanted to return. They focus on helping Young Ian (John Bell) and sailed to Jamaica. However, they were not the only couple on board. Fergus (César Domboy) take Marsali (Lauren Lyle), hoping Jamie will give his blessing for their upcoming wedding. It caused some awkwardness.
Meanwhile, Jamie fears that something will make Claire want to return to her time. Although her return will be confusing and frustrating, Claire assures him that it will never be a question that she loves him. All the best, the couple is lucky to be together.
6 “The Fiery Cross” – Season 5, Episode 1
Weddings are always romantic. One of Brianna and Roger’s best moments was when they got married. Jamie helps Roger get ready, gives Bree the ring, and makes sure Bree has something old, new, borrowed, and blue. He was sorry to let her go even though they didn’t know each other well yet. Claire, who dressed Bree, consoles him.
The wedding of the couple is touching and makes everyone emotional. As Roger and Bree say their heartfelt vows, Claire and Jamie remember to say their own. The wedding isn’t perfect, but all the characters in love are happy together.
5 “Uncharted” – Season 3, Episode 11
“Uncharted” is one of the most romantic episodes Outlander Because Claire and Jamie have another meeting. Claire survives being stranded on an island near Jamaica to warn Jamie of the trap that awaits him in Jamaica. Thank you, Father Fogden (Nick Fletcher) save her, and they connect during the love of their spouse.
Finally, Claire hightails it back to the beach, where the boat will leave again. She manages to signal to Jamie, and they have their reunion. They share a romantic kiss, and Jamie expresses his fear that he will lose her again. Afterwards, they convince the priest to marry Fergus and Marsali in a spectacular wedding.
4 “Lallybroch” – Season 1, Episode 12
After Claire decides to live with Jamie in the 1700s, they go to Jamie’s family home, Lallybroch. The bed of Broch Tuarach makes the entrance. Jamie accuses his sister Jenny (Laura Donnelly) of having a stupid child and further offending her and her husband Ian (Steven Cree) of wrong management. It’s a difficult homecoming, but Claire offers support and warns that she won’t be like the other women.
She also let her husband talk to. He is not his father; The property is his and Claire’s now. When things fell apart, Claire knew she was. Jamie always knew she was in Lallybroch with him. The couple said “I love you” for the first time. Frank’s memory (Tobias Menzies) very faded.
3 “A. Malcolm” – Season 3, Episode 6
“A. Malcolm” conjures up many emotions. After five painfully long episodes filled with jumping between two sides of the cliff, Claire and Jamie have their highly anticipated reunion. Their first kiss in 20 years was incredibly romantic. Jamie, who has been through hell during their time apart, confesses that he imagines Claire many times and burns her.
They catch up and discover that they are the same people they were when they were “one.” They slowly undress each other, just like the first night together, and make love. It is the sexiest scene Outlander. Claire promises to never leave Jamie again.
2 “Mark of the Devil” – Season 1, Episode 11
“The Devil’s Mark” is one of the most emotional episodes Outlander. Claire and Geillis (Lotte Verbeek) endured a gut-wrenching witch trial that resulted in Geillis’s one-way ticket to barbecue. Later, Claire reveals the truth about Jamie. Then they came to Craigh na Dun instead of Castle Leoch.
If the witch trials are any indication, Jamie will fight and die for Claire. However, the true test of his love comes when he gives Claire the choice to return home. He wanted to give Claire what he really wanted, even if it meant giving her. Unsurprisingly, Claire decides to stay and tells a distraught Jamie to take her home to Lallybroch. It was the first time Claire chose Jamie over Frank.
1 “The Wedding” – Season 1, Episode 7
The most romantic episode Outlander is Season 1, Episode 7, “Marriage.” How can an arranged marriage not be romantic? In flashbacks, Dougal convinces Jamie to marry Claire to protect her from Black Jack Randall. Claire is afraid that they hardly know each other, but their closeness builds quickly.
After the wedding, the newlyweds connected by telling stories about their lives at night. They end their marriage, but Claire feels like having sex. However, Jamie’s memories of that day touched her. “It’s like I walked outside on a cloudy day, and suddenly the sun came out,” he said. Suddenly, Claire enters Jamie. love flowers
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