‘Outlander’ Season 3: Lord John Grey’s First Photos Leaked; Diana Gabaldon Amazed With Sam Heughan & David Berry’s Filmed Scenes

All eyes are on the newly casted David Berry set to play a significant role as Lord John Grey in “Outlander” season 3. His leaked photos while filming the historical drama in Scotland and his filmed scenes with Sam Heughan are playing excitement to the show’s viewers, who are in great anticipation of the latest season.

See Lord John Grey’s First Raw Photos On Set
With “Outlander’s” third installment in the works, pictures of the cast on set are everywhere in the internet. Interestingly, Lord John Grey draw attention recently when his first photos were revealed. The Rank and File gave the fans a glimpse of one of the most relevant characters in the series. The images show Berry sporting a red army uniform along with his co –stars and it looks like Lord John Grey is up for powerful battles.

Sam Heughan & David Berry’s Filmed Scenes Impressed Diana Gabaldon

One of the scandals that the audience should anticipate in the forthcoming season of the British-American show is Grey’s romantic interest in Jamie. Author Diana Gabaldon expressed via Twitter her satisfaction on the filmed scenes of “Outlander” that featured Jamie and Lord John Grey. Her tweet says, “I have, yes! They’re amazingly good.”

To recall, David Berry was doubted by some fans of the show if he can deliver well the role since his physical appearance are in contrast of the novel’s description of Lord John Grey’s character.

International Business Times noted that Grey and Jaime met in Ardsmuir prison after the Battle of Culloden. They became pals that eventually led to Grey’s deep feelings for Jaime. Jaime on the hand sees Grey as a plain friend only. Grey’s romantic interest in Jamie did not ruin their friendship, instead their bond is strengthened by time.

Feasting on these details, fans are beaming with enthusiasm on the thrilling season that is yet to come.

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