Outlander has displayed an elaborate story throughout its four seasons so far with Claire Fraser travelling back in time and falling for Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan).
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However, while Claire found love with Jamie, she left husband Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies) behind before they ultimately split.
While not exactly a traditional villain, Frank was perhaps the only thing stood in the way between Claire and Jamie being together for good.
As a result, fans were ecstatic when Frank was eventually killed off – in both the show and the books. – as it meant Claire and Jamie could be together for good. (Careful of repetition two lines in a row)
But eagle-eyed viewers have spotted a finer detail in the show which reveals Claire has not truly forgotten Frank as she moves on with her life.
While Claire was finally able to be with Jamie, she still kept Frank close to her heart as on several occasions, she was seen with her wedding band on.
Her wedding ring can be seen on the ring finger on her right hand instead of her left.
While the duo never truly fell out or had any bad blood, it is obvious that the love simply stopped after Claire met Jamie – could the Scotsman feel betrayed by the secret tribute to her ex?
Fans ought not forget, as well, that Frank helped Claire raise Brianna (Sophie Skelton), so she certainly has a lot to appreciate him for throughout the years.
These reasons keep Claire from removing the wedding ring for good, and certainly leave Frank in good memory to both her and Brianna.
Claire has moved through the story at an incredible pace, through both time and geography.
Season four saw the time-traveller venture to America for the first time, forcing the colony to make their mark in a new country.
Recently Bear McCreary – composer for the show – spoke about the change to American culture, and how it will affect how he creates music for the show.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk he said: “I am indeed working on the fifth season of Outlander and I’m very excited about where it’s going.
“Fans are going to be very excited. I can tease that there’s going to be a continuation of the philosophy that music moves to the forefront of the journey.
“There was a little bit of that last season especially with Roger performing some music and the bold reinvention of the main title in a bluegrass style.”
He added: “As our story continues in Colonial America, you will hear some near even more bold musical moments.”
As the story delves deeper into the American culture surrounding Claire and Jamie, could they be seen attending different historical moments?
Or will they stick to their own story and avoid all other events and situations that may arise elsewhere?
Outlander season five returns to STARZ and Amazon Prime Video later this year.