WHEN Outlander's Sam Heughan was asked whether or not he was single by some probing fans, the Scots hunk simply joked that maybe one day he will reveal whether or not he is dating someone, says E! But the actor, who plays landowner Jamie Fraser in the hit TV show, was more forthcoming when fans asked him if he had any tattoos.
Despite appearing to have to think about it for a moment, he did reveal he has so far resisted the urge to get inked.
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There are two men whose names were a clarion call to all Scots.
Robert the Bruce, who took up arms against both Edward I and Edward II of England and who united the Highlands and the Lowlands in a fierce battle for liberty: and a humble Lowland knight, Sir William Wallace.
Sir William Wallace 1272 – 1305 Wallace killed the English Sheriff of Lanark who had apparently murdered Wallace's sweetheart.
A price was put on his head, so Wallace took the bold course and raised the Scottish Standard.
He was one of the first to suffer the fearsome penalty of hanging, drawing and quartering.
His head was 'spiked' on London Bridge and fragments of his body distributed among several Scottish cities as a grim reminder of the price of revolt.Robert the Bruce 1274 – 1329 Robert the Bruce, as every school-child knows, was inspired by a spider!Supported by a few of the Scots barons, he inflicted a resounding defeat on the English at Stirling Bridge in 1297.The jubilant Scots made him Guardian of Scotland but their joy was short-lived.Wallace then made a fatal mistake; he took on the English Army who greatly outnumbered his men, and in a pitched battle at Falkirk in 1298, Edward I of England annihilated the Scots battalions and Wallace became a fugitive for 7 years.While in Glasgow in 1305 he was betrayed and taken to London where he was tried for treason in Westminster Hall.