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In Diana Gabaldon's second novel "A Dragonfly In Amber," Jamie urges his pregnant wife to return to her own time right before the battle of Culloden.
Claire is then reunited with her first husband Frank and even though he is skeptical of her story, he decides to stay with his wife after she gives birth to her daughter Brianna.
TVLine reported that Balfe warned fans Claire is going to have a hard time adjusting to life with her first husband because when she looks at him, all she can see is the face of his twisted ancestor Black Jack Randall.
"There is that reverse thing where every time she looks at Frank, she can't help but think of Black Jack," Balfe explained. "There's many layers of why that relationship is difficult when she goes back. She's definitely not the same woman that left."
It will be interesting to see how Claire makes peace with Frank, despite the fact that he looks exactly like the man who tortured her second husband Jamie Fraser.
Balfe added that Claire is going to be more thoughtful in "Outlander" season two and will have the time needed to reflect upon her decisions.
"Season one was a very reactionary season," the actress said. "Claire was in survival mode. The difference with this season is that there's time to be in one place and contemplate. Things are sitting with her a lot more, and she has the time to consider her place and how she feels."
Aside from Claire's reunion with her first husband Frank Randall, new set photo from the second half of "Outlander" season two have appeared online.
According to SpoilerTV, the cast was spotted filming at Falkland, Fife. It's unclear what scenes they are working on, but sharp-eyed fans noted that Tobias Menzies and Caitriona Balfe were spotted on set.
It is possible that the two "Outlander" stars were filming the scene when Claire goes back in time using the stone circle at Craig na Dun and reunites with Frank.
Finally, STARZ released a new promotional photo for "Outlander" season two on Instagram.
The image shows Claire wearing a gorgeous bright yellow dress while standing in the French king's gardens.
Outlander Season 2 is expected to air sometime in early April 2016.