There has been one big question on the minds of fans since Brianna found out she was pregnant in Outlander Season 4. Was Roger or Stephen Bonnet the father?
Jemmy is the cutest little boy on Outlander, but we’ve always had one big question. Was Roger his biological father, or would it turn out that Stephen Bonnet was the biological father? Brianna had no idea, but she did suspect that it was Bonnet.
The question of paternity made it very difficult for Roger at first. In the end, he decided that he loved Brianna, and he was going to claim Jemmy as his own. After all, there was a chance that Roger was Jemmy’s biological father.
When Jemmy seemed to be more in tune with the stones and time travel than others had shown, it seemed to suggest that Roger was Jemmy’s father. However, it was the Outlander Season 6 finale that this was finally confirmed.
Roger is the father of Bree’s baby in Outlander
The Outlander Season 6 finale included the lice scene. It wasn’t quite the same way as the books, but it was still a great way to make it clear that Jemmy and Roger are related by blood.
After cutting Jemmy’s hair to get rid of the lice, Bree saw a mole. She worried at first, but Roger was able to calm the fears. There was nothing sinister about that mole. Roger has one, and he makes a note that it’s hereditary.
This is all the confirmation everyone needs. Sure, Bonnet could also have a mole like that, but it’s unlikely. Instead, this makes it clear that Roger and Jemmy are related.
On top of that, Brianna is expecting another child. This one is definitely Roger’s child. There is no room for uncertainty about that.