Sam Heughan looks like a French gentleman in Outlander season 2. Which style do you prefer?

Sam Heughan looks like a French gentleman in Outlander season 2. Which style do you prefer?
Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser in Outlander season 2

Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser in Outlander season 2

Did you like Sam Heughan’s old style? Once the actor said that “you do have to learn how to wear a kilt, and it’s certainly very liberating and very freeing, but surprisingly very comfortable to wear, to ride a horse in a kilt.” However on Outlander season 2, Jamie Fraser (actor Sam Heughan) will have a very different style. Take a look at this new photos! Now, he looks like a French gentleman, who can speak (and maybe dance) in the luxurious Court of Louis XV.

Outlander season 2

Outlander season 2

Yes, Sam Heughan has just changed his kilt by a blue velvet jacket, his free hair by a ponytail, and gold embroidery has replaced the dusty of the road. Which style do you prefer? Tell us your opinion now. Anyway, he is sexy!

Anyway, I suppose that we’ll see Sam Heughan dressed as a warrior too. Battle of Culloden is in the air and they we’ll need the old brave Scottish warrior soon. Jamie Fraser is from the Highlands, and nobody can forget its background.

“I was born and brought up in the countryside. I used to live in a sort of converted stables on the grounds of a castle, and I spent a lot of my childhood running around with a pretend sword pretending to be Robert the Bruce.” Sam Heughan.

Maybe you also like this post. READ HERE: Outlander Season 2 Will Look Luxurious! Designer Terry Dresbach Made A Whole New Wardrobe.

Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!

** Outlander is a British-American television drama series based on the historical time travel Outlander series of novels by Diana Gabaldon. Created by Ronald D. Mooreand produced by Sony/Left Bank for Starz, the show premiered on August 9, 2014, and it was renewed for a season 2. A great success!

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  • Elisabeth Waldburg


    Students of the Fraser clan will have no difficulty in recognising four defining family traits here: enterprise, respect for learning, financial ambition, and social conscience. Much has been made of the hauteur that aristocratic models supposedly bring to the catwalk, but the truth is rather different: what actually sets them apart is their down-to-earth sense that there is more to life than fashion. For the Frasers, the riches that modelling brings are also a means to a definite end – restoring the fortunes of a family that once boasted the largest estate in Europe, stretching from the west coast of Scotland to the east, only to see the lion’s share vanish in the space of a generation. Lady Honor Fraser, after seven years as a model, is also moving on to more susbstantial things. This month, had completed a degree in Asian studies in Los Angeles (she too was bound for Edinburgh, until another cousin – the stylist Isabella Blow – propelled her into supermodeldom). She is also attracting interest as an actress, after The Cookie Thief, a short she made with a group of friends fourteen years ago, was nominated for the Palme d’Or at Cannes though she refuses to confirm rumours that she is to appear in a film of Noël Coward’s Relative Values).

    ‘There just comes a point,’ she says, ‘when you think, “I don’t want to give all my life to fashion.”‘ Honor’s interest in Asia was aroused by a series of modelling assignments in Japan. She soon became intrigued by China as well, and found herself there at the time of the accidental NATO bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. ‘We went to the British Embassy and saw the students being bussed in to demonstrate, and stayed there for three days to watch it unwind. We were shouted at, and spat at, they called them “Dirty Yank” alot-but I never really got scared.’ Lady Honor was 16 years old at the time.

    At this point, Fraserologists will tick two further traits on their checklist: physical courage and (Honor’s personal favourite) independence – blended, like a fine malt whisky, with a ferocious sense of family loyalty. ‘We’re really encouraged to go off and do things around the world,’ says Honor. ‘That is very much part of the clan: to be experimental, but to come back and still be very close. When I’m away, it’s very important for me to know that all the family is here and it’s still a very solid unit.’

    Over the centuries, this loyalty had been forged and reforged in the fire of adversity. In I745, the then head of the family – the VIth Baron Lovat – threw in his lot with Bonnie Prince Charlie and became the last British subject to be executed in the Tower of London; his castle was burnt and his lands were confiscated. Seldom, however, has the Fraser steel received as thorough a battering as it has in the Nineties. As a friend of the family remarks,’Because the Frasers do evcrything stylishly. Even their disasters are more spectacular than anyone else’s.’

    The chronicle of tragedy begins in March 1994, when Lord Andrew Fraser-the youngest son of the 21st Lord Lovat- was killed by a charging buffalo in Tanzania. Ten days later, his eldest brother Simon – Honor’s father – died of a heart attack while out drag hunting. Within the year, Lord Lovat too was dead: heartbroken, it was said, by the loss of his sons and hundreds of thousands of acres of the estate that he had worked so hard to preserve.

    The current Lord Simon James Charles Fraser, Baron of Lovat and Earl of Fraser (according with the Jacobite peerage) was born on May 1st of 1978. As his father and grandfather (a true hero of World War II were considered the most handsome men in Scotland). The current Lord Fraser, is extremely bright, a very good looking man, even much more than the hero of “Outlander” Sam Heughan “Lord Jamie Fraser”, is a graduate from the University of Saint Andrew’s in Scotland and has an MBA, from the London School of Economics as well. The still young Lord Simon Fraser 22nd Baron of Lovat, was able to recover a considerable share of his family’s fortune, extremely clever and well gifted, he had worked very hard to buy the family’s castle once again. His younger brother Raoul Fraser was his support, as Lady Honor Fraser, his eldest sister. The Frasers are staunch and loyal catholics, the two brothers are members of the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, Rhodes and Malta, as hereditary Knights. It is a pity the distortion from the television show “Outlander”, they were badly represented as non-catholics and against King Charles III Stuart of Scotland, England and Ireland, when their ancestors perished in the Battle of Culloden in 1746, and Lord Charles Fraser Baron of Lovat was beheaded in the Tower of London in 1749, due to his loyalty to the Legitimate Royal House and his catholic faith, he was proclaimed a martyr by Pope Pius XI in 1932, with other Scottish, Irish and English victims, all of them were executed due to their fierce loyalty to Rome and the House of Stuart.

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