Outlander fans meet Jamie and Claire as filming continues

Fans of Outlander continue to flock to Cumbernauld Glen in the hope of catching a glimpse of the international hit show’s stars – and yesterday, they were in luck.

Caitriona Balfe stopped to greet fans baking in the bank holiday sunshine, and avid followers have been sharing pictures taken in the park just outside Glasgow since.

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One fan, Andree Poppleton, even took photos of a stranger with Caitriona – who plays Claire Fraser in the time-travelling show – and is hoping to share them with her via social media.

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She commented: “I don’t know this woman but maybe she will find the pictures I took of her with Caitriona Balfe yesterday? Please share for her to find them.”

If you do recognise the woman pictured then get in touch with Andree on Twitter.

Stars Sam Heughan (who plays Jamie Fraser) and John Bell (Ian Fraser) were also spotted enjoying a rare spot of sunshine in Cumbernauld – and seeing those sunny day snaps has us raring to go for season four.

Outlander star Sam Heughan runs the Edinburgh Marathon Festival to raise funds for male cancer awareness charity Cahonas Scotland

Outlander star Sam Heughan was among an estimated 35,000 runners who took to the roads in this weekend’s Edinburgh Marathon Festival.

The actor completed the marathon as part of a challenge to raise funds for male cancer awareness charity Cahonas Scotland.

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Organisers said people from all over the world participated in Scotland’s biggest running festival.

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Image captionOutlander star Sam Heughan was raising funds for a male cancer awareness charity

Events included a marathon, half-marathon, 10k and 5k.

Kenyan Joel Kipkemboi Kiptoo took advantage of good running conditions to set a course record in the men’s marathon, finishing in two hours, 13 minutes and 33 seconds.

He beat the previous record set in 2005 by almost two minutes.

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American Jeffrey Stein took second place, followed by local favourite Michael Crawley in third.

The women’s race was dominated by Kenyan athlete Caroline Jepchirchir, who led from the front with a time of two hours, 47 minutes and 35 seconds.

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