New Interview with Nell Hudson from Access Hollywood   1 comment


From Access Hollywood:

A face from the past returned to “Outlander” on Saturday night.

Spoilers after the jump!

After Prince Charlie forged Jamie Fraser’s signature on a document that declared the Lallybroach Laird’s support for King James’ claim to the throne, Jamie and Claire were forced to visit his grandsire, Lord Lovat, in Episode 208 (“The Fox’s Lair”) as part of their new plan. And there, while they worked to get Lovat on the side of the Bonnie Prince (their aim now to make the rebellion successful), Claire ran into Laoghaire MacKenzie, played by actress Nell Hudson.

“Obviously, she’s not in the second book, so for her to appear in series two was as much a surprise to me as I’m sure it will be to the fans,” Nell told Access Hollywood while discussing her character’s return.

“It was so much fun going back and seeing everyone, catching up with everyone,” she added. “It really is like seeing family.”
Access Hollywood spoke with the actress about her character’s appearance in “The Fox’s Lair” episode, Laoghaire’s apology to Claire, and the young MacKenzie’s continuing feelings for Jamie. How much fun did you have delivering [your last line in the episode] — the slight pause, and about, ‘I hope I can earn your forgiveness… and your love.’
Nell Hudson: It was really fun playing with it because obviously it was fun sliding the scale between sinister and earnest, you know what I mean? It was something that me and Mike Barker, the director, sort of figured out in the moment, was how much that should be kind of quite ominous and how much that should just be a kind of… tender thing of her still feeling head over heels crazy in love with him. And hopefully it landed somewhere in the middle…,in that it’s a very sweet, innocent, pure love that she has for him, but at the same time, she’s a very willful girl and makes it her mission to get what she wants, as you know.

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