Podcaster Rosie Ramsey was absolutely delighted when the postman arrived today with a signed copy of the book.
Rosie, who is married to comedian Chris Ramsey, was absolutely over the moon for the gift and thanked Sam for also sending a personalised note which made her husband a little jealous.
She even tried her hand at the Scottish accent, but we are not too sure it would land her a part in Outlander.
Speaking on her stories, she said: “I got a signed book, a signed book from Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish! They’ve signed it, thank you so much”
And her husband Chris chimed in: “Do you want us to help you gush over this bloke while I’m standing right here?”
She added: “It’s Jamie Fraser from Outlander and also, look! He knows my full name!
She jokes in her Scottish accent: “In his brain he has said, ‘Rosie Ramsay’, so I survive in his brain! I’m a wee sassenach!
“The card says: ‘Dear Rosie thank you for being interested in my new book, leave your husband and come back with me to the stones!”
Reading out the real note from Sam, Rosie said: “No, it says: “Rosie, hope you and your mum, (It’s my mother-in-law – she loves you more than I do!) enjoy the book. Best wishes from Scotland. Love Sam.”
She grins: ” Love Sam?!”
Rosie then went on to say that she was going to wrap the book up and give it to her mother-in-law for Christmas as she was also a huge fan of the hit show, which is set in Scotland.
She then joked to her husband Chris, and asked him why he can’t be happy for her getting the book, to which he replied: “No, I think he’s lush!”
Chris and Rosie Ramsey have amassed a huge following since launching their hilarious series last year Sh*gged, Married, Annoyed, which regularly reaches the number one spot on download charts and has garnered an incredible 18m downloads worldwide.
Sam Heughan and his Outlander co star Graham McTavish released Clanlands just last week.
The book is said to be about ‘Whisky, Warfare and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other’.
It also features a foreward from Outlander author Diana Gabaldon and explores their adventures around Scotland for the filming of ‘Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham’.
It also include never-before-published photos of the actors, as well as maps detailing their routes and adventures together.
Much like the TV programme, the book will focus on Scotland’s history, culture, and clans.
Written during lockdown it feature stories of the men themselves and delve into their friendship, careers and their time on Outlander.