Squealing with delight, she told him: “I will try and control myself!”
She then proceeded to ask him a series of questions about the upcoming fourth series, while Phillip Schofield sat back, clearly amused.
At the end of the interview she stood up as Phillip took a picture of them – unable to hide huge smile.
Holly gushed: “So nice to meet you.”
Those watching at home found the whole interaction very funny and took to Twitter to comment on it.
One person wrote: “Holly’s dream just came true and Phil had to drag out a photo with Sam Heughan #ThisMorning.”
Another added: “Love watching Holly fan girl over @SamHeughan . To be fair he is an absolute dream 😍 #ThisMorning.”
While someone else Tweeted: “#thismorning Holly, wipe the dribble off your lip you.”
Sam, 38, is a Scottish actor best known for his role in Outlander, which he joined in 2013.
The show, which is based on a series of bestselling novels by Diana Gabaldon, follows Jamie’s romance with the World War II nurse Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) as she travels back in time to 18th century Scotland.
The Outlander TV series has been a huge hit on both sides of the Atlantic , with much of the series shot in Scotland . Three castles and the town of Falkland feature heavily. This our selection of unique Outlander castles featuring the film locations in Scotland on our Outlander castles tour .
Doune Castle – Castle Leoch
Originally dating to the 13th Century, Doune Castle near Stirling plays Castle Leoch, home to Colum MacKenzie and his clan.
It also features in the 20th century episode when Claire and Frank Randall visit the castle on a day trip.
Once a Royal residence, Doune Castle was rebuilt by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany in the late 14th Century.
Doune has appeared several times on screen and was widely used in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It also represented the castle Winterfell in Game of Thrones.
This royal pleasure palace and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots became the backdrop for some of the most harrowing scenes of the show.
Depicted as Wentworth Prison, the prison corridors and entrance were used in episode 15 of the first series when Jamie Fraser was brutally incarcerated by his adversary, Black Jack Randall.
Built in the 1400s and 1500s, the now-ruined palace is set among the spectacular surrounds of Linlithgow Loch and Peel.
One of Scotland’s most impressive strongholds, Blackness Castle near Linlithgow was used as the Fort William headquarters of Black Jack Randall.
The 15th-century ex-artillery fortress overlooks the Firth of Forth and is known as “the ship that never sailed” due to its unusual shape.
It was built in the 15th century by one of Scotland’s most powerful families, the Crichtons.
While Craig na Dun may be a figment of Diana Gabaldon’s imagination, it’s certainly based on a real location. Here’s a look at the Outlander filming location for the standing stones
Diana Gabaldon may have used plenty of real history in the “Outlander” series, but certain locations are just figments of her imagination. They’re beautiful figments, but it meant when the books were turned into a TV series real locations needed to be found. The standing stones of Craig na Dun is just one of those locations.
While you can’t see the stones Gabaldon has created, you can visit the filming location. Here’s all you need to know about the real standing stones.
There are many standing stones around Scotland. When the settlers first arrived, they erected monuments like the standing stones but nobody really understands why. While there are theories, nothing is certain as nobody left any messages to tell us.
Clava Cairns is just one of the locations in Scotland, located just a five-minute drive from Inverness. This is the location used for Craig na Dun when filming Outlander and Season 4 filming has been spotted at the stones again.
Visit Scotland describes the stones as a prehistorical burial ground. It can be dated back by 4,000 years, used around 2,000BC when the cairns were built and then around 1,000BC to build the smaller monuments. There is also evidence of farming on the site before the monuments were placed!
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Outlander’s Caitriona Balfe says Sam Heughan is ‘the best’ as she shares hilarious tribute
She plays the role of Claire Fraser in Starz’s Outlander series, alongside on-screen partner Sam Heughan.
And Caitriona Balfe proved her bond with her co-star is just as strong off-screen as she took to Twitter to share an amusing birthday tribute to the actor, who turned 37 on Monday.
In one hilarious tweet, the Irish actress, 38, penned: ‘Twitter just asked what’s happening…and I can safely say I have no idea!!!! Happy Birthday our kid @SamHeughan’.
Funny: Caitriona Balfe proved her bond with Sam Heughan is just as strong off-screen as she took to Twitter to share an amusing birthday tribute to the actor, who turned 37 on Monday
The Super 8 star also shared a hilarious behind-the-scenes snap from their show, which showed the Doctors’ actor sticking his tongue out at an amused Caitriona.
The model also posted a meme of the Island at War actor, who joined thousands to run the 26-mile Stirling marathon on Sunday.
In the snap, the screen star sported a sweaty look, edited with the speech bubble: ‘I like getting my nails done!’
Close pals: In one hilarious tweet, the Irish actress, 38, penned: ‘Twitter just asked what’s happening…and I can safely say I have no idea!!!! Happy Birthday our kid @SamHeughan’
Alongside the meme, Caitriona penned: ‘Who da best..????? Always pamper yourself on your birthday. Especially if you’ve just crushed a marathon!!! @SamHeughan #ipromisei’llstopnow.’
Sam – who completed the race in three hours and 15 minutes – helped to raise £16,000 for Cahonas Scotland.
They pair been hard at work shooting season four of their critically-acclaimed show for the past few months after a gripping series three finale.
Tribute: The model also posted a meme of the Island at War actor, who joined thousands to run the 26-mile Stirling marathon on Sunday
Viewers were left on the edge of their seats when Claire and Sam Heughan’s character James landed on the shores of America after battling an epic shipwreck in the season three finale of Outlander.
The season three finale opened with Claire submerged in the water with a rope around her in dramatic scenes.
‘Everything around me was a blinding white. And there was a soft rushing sound like the wings of angels. I felt peaceful and bodyless. Free of terror. Free of rage. Filled with a quiet happiness,’ she said in a voice over.
Hotly-anticipated: Viewers were left on the edge of their seats when Claire and Sam Heughan’s character James landed on the shores of America after battling an epic shipwreck in the season three finale of Outlander
The nail-biting ending referenced the show’s beginning and saw Claire fighting for her life after nearly drowning in the Caribbean Sea.
But before it is too late James then jumped in and rescued her, with the pair then both washing up on a beach.
Season four is an adaptation of the fourth book in Diana Gabaldon’s series of novels – Drums Of Autumn.
Information coming in via social media strongly suggests that Dunkeld will be the setting for at least the next day or two’s worth of production, if not longer. There are film trucks at the location and there have been some reports floating around out there for a while. It’s a little more unclear at present as to just how many major cast members will be there. (We never like to promise anyone just because we don’t want to create any undue expectations for a particular locale.)
What we can say about Dunkeld in general is that it’s a little bit further north in Scotland than where Outlander has been inclined to visit as of late. While the majority of this season has been filmed reasonably close to Glasgow, Dunkeld is located a good 70 miles or so away. Obviously the merit in traveling around is to showcase a wide range of geography, but beyond that it is also to capture some specific terrain for what is certainly the most difficult season of the series geographically to date. When you have to recreate a place like North Carolina, one of the challenges that comes along with that is that you need to be able to find ideal matches. That can be difficult and you do need to think outside of the box sometimes. This show, perhaps more so than almost any other out there, has to be incredibly creative. Most series have more established sets than they can revisit. While Outlander has that, they also film at length in what appears to be untapped terrain. You do have to make things appear as though they are centuries in the past!
What is important at present for Outlander is simply that the series continues to move things along as we get closer to the end of production this year. We’re charting towards an end date, for now, in the month of June. There’s still a whole lot more that needs to be done before we get to that point.
Hopefully, we’ll have another filming update to share within a day or so.
Outlander star Sam Heughan joined a star-studded guest list to help launch the Glasgow International festival’s opening party this weekend.
More than 1,200 art lovers, artists and revellers joined the celebrations at SWG3, including Britpop legend Jarvis Cocker and fashion designer Pam Hogg.
Guests were treated to previews of four exhibitions, including jewellery designs by Judy Blame, the legendary artist – known for working with Neneh Cherry and Boy George – who passed away earlier this year.
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A Roomful of Lovers (Glasgow) by Richard Wentworth and Victoria Miguel was shown in the Galvanisers, with strings of heavy steel chains criss crossing across the huge space and dangling sheets of text.
Jarvis Cocker and Steve Mackey brought their Dancefloor Meditations for some escapist fun, with party goers taken on a ‘mind-altering journey into musical consciousness’ – all in complete darkness, and with music ranging from iconic dance numbers to Marvin Gaye’s Sexual Healing.
The Pulp frontman’s appearance in Yorkhill was followed by a quick visit to Mono for Record Store Day on Saturday, as reported on Glasgow Live.
Glasgow trio launch online gallery and store to encourage people to buy more original artworks
The biggest festival for contemporary visual art in Scotland, Glasgow International runs for three weeks, with 265 artists and 78 venues across the city involved.
Fans of the hit television series Outlanderhelped to push tourist numbers at Scotland’s historic castles past the five million mark for the first time last year. Our Outlander set locations tourfeatures visits to Doune Castle , Blackness Castle and Linlithgow palace
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) said that people had come from across the world to see sites associated with the time-travel fantasy starring Sam Heughan and Caitriona BalfeSam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe. It said that the “Outlander effect” had led to a 27 per cent increase in tourists from the US and a 19 per cent increase in those coming from France compared with the previous year.
Visitor numbers to Doune Castle, the location for the fictional Castle Leoch, are up by 227 per cent since 2013, when Outlander was first screened. The 15th-century Blackness Castle in West Lothian, the setting for the Tv series has seen a huge rise in visitor numbers .
Stephen Duncan, Director of Commercial and Tourism at HES, said: “Our record breaking visitor figures, including across all of our top ten sites, are a tremendous achievement for Scotland’s heritage tourism sector, reflecting the continued interest shown by tourists and home-grown visitors to learn more about our rich Scottish heritage.
“The exchange rate, as well as strong airport numbers, have both contributed to the growing figures.
“This rise in visitor numbers at our staffed sites has also been complemented by visitor growth at our unstaffed free access properties, bringing the overall total to an estimated 12 million.”
The top 10 most-visited HES attractions all individually celebrated record-breaking years, with over 2 million people passing over Edinburgh Castle’s drawbridge, an increase of nearly 300,000 visitors in comparison to the previous year.