Vikings season 6 spoilers: Lagertha’s fate sealed in huge season 1 clue

The final season of Vikings will see Lagertha (played by Katheryn Winnick) try to help Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig) try to rule over Kattegat.

Lagertha was once in charge of the Viking town but it seems this is far from what she wants to be doing.

In fact, the shield maiden craves a different kind of life according to creator Michael Hirst, who may have let slip her fate.

Fans first saw Lagertha living on a farm with husband Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) and this may be where she ends up.

Speaking about Lagertha’s life and what the future holds, Michael explained she wants to retire.

“Could Lagertha really become un-historic? Could she really retire from life? And she tries,” he said.

“She says, ‘I want to be a farmer again like I was when Ragnar and I were first together.

“That’s when I was happiest, so that’s what I’m going to do.’”

Michael went on to tell TV Guide that Lagertha will eventually try to do this and tries to be obsolete but fails.

“When you’re as famous inside a society as she is, you can’t retire, you can’t walk away,” he continued.

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It comes after Bjorn star shared an update from the set of season six hinting things won’t go as well as he hopes.

The actor shared a snap of himself in costume, which thrilled fans who are desperate to know what will happen next.

Bjorn is dressed in dark clothing with a leather tabard layered over the top. He’s also wearing a necklace with talismans attached.

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Alexander captioned the shot: “#Bjorn first look. He’s been through a lot but the worst has yet to come…. #vikings #season6

“Special shoutout to the incredibly talented and incredibly annoying @puffjockey and equally talented @dee.corcoran to helping me bring this character to life.”

Unsurprisingly fans were sent into meltdown over the teaser shot.

“Like father, like son,” one fan commented, while another added: “Hail King Bjorn.”

But could Alexander have been hinting at a terrifying fate for the viking?

The “worst to come” certainly seems like an ominous teaser of what’s to come in Kattegat.

Vikings returns to History and Amazon Prime later this year.


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