Vikings’ Alicia Agneson cooks dinner for co-star Ragga Ragnars in adorable Valentine’s throwback

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**Warning: This article contains spoilers for Vikings season six.**

Vikings’ Ragga Ragnars has shared a Valentine’s Day throwback to the time she spent it on set with her co-star Alicia Agneson.

To mark the romantic occasion, the duo flooded each other with love on their socials, as they remembered making dinner together two whole years ago.

Taking to their Instagram stories, the actresses, who both play queens in the History Channel hit, posted the same video of the Katia star cooking a meal.

While chopping up her veg on the cutting board, the 23-year-old could be heard humming away as she did a little dance.

‘She was my Valentine’s date two years ago,’ Ragga wrote in the caption: ‘Lucky Queen I am! Queen Katia cookin’ and singin’ for me.’

Vikings’ Ragga Ragnars shares Valentine’s throwback with Alicia Agneson (Picture: @RaggaRagnars / Instagram)

The 35-year-old then shared a behind the scenes snap of them both posing in their Nordic gear.

‘When Queens stick together… Oh, darling, that is a whole new kind of love,’ she said before tagging her date in the post.

Alicia’s journey on the historical saga has been rather complex, seeing her original character Freydis killed off before she returned to the show as the Rus princess Katia.

As it stands, only her former husband Ivar The Boneless can see their similarities, but it seems the mystery will be revealed in the second half of the season.

Alicia sang to her date in the sweet snap (Picture: @RaggaRagnars / Instagram)

‘I  mean…you will find out quite soon,’ she told earlier this month.

‘There was quite a big spoiler in the last episode where Hvitserk joins [the group] in Russia and he can’t see the likeness [between Freydis and Katia]. It’s only Ivar.’

Alicia continued: ‘I suppose you don’t really know yet…but it’s in the eye of the beholder. We’ll see what happens and if she does know something about Freydis.’

She then went onto discuss the ending, adding: ‘I think when you run a show that’s been going for a long time.

‘You’re always worried about that [backlash]. ‘But when we read the final episode everyone was just quiet for two days on set to take it in. I hope the fans love it as much as we did.’

Vikings season six is set to return to the History Channel and Amazon Prime later this year.

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