"[Author] Diana [Gabaldon] and I had an amazing conversation about it," Balfe says of the pregnancy storyline. "Obviously I've never been pregnant, so she was talking to me about it, and it was this thing about how you do feel sexy, and you do feel womanly, and it was great to be able to celebrate that and to watch this couple bond and really connect over their impending child. We both thought that was really important."
"We kind of fought for that a little bit, because I think it is important that it's not sort of glamorized," Heughan adds. "It is real. Women who are pregnant are sexy, and glowing, and I think it was really hot."
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