Vikings season 6, part 2: Will Harald marry Ingrid and Gunnhild?

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The final 10 episodes of Vikings are expected to air later this year on Amazon Prime and the History channel. In part A, Bjorn Ironside (played by Alexander Ludwig) found himself torn between his wife Gunnhild (Ragga Ragnars) and his mistress, Ingrid (Lucy Martin). However, King Harald Finehair (Peter Franzén) has always had his eyes on Bjorn’s women. Will Harald copy Bjorn and marry Ingrid and Gunnhild? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.

Will Harald marry Ingrid and Gunnhild?

In Vikings season six, part one, Bjorn Ironside once again was unfaithful to his wife and had an affair with Kattegat citizen, Ingrid.

When Gunnhild uncovered the affair, instead of leaving her husband, she offered him an alternative, much to Bjorn’s surprise.

She said: “I am not jealous. I was not born that way, but I see you are in love with Ingrid and nothing will change that either.

“I think you should be released from servitude and marry Bjorn.

“If you two are in agreement we will all live together and our child will have the benefit of having two mothers.”

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In episode eight, Bjorn, Ingrid and Gunnhild exchanged vows and began their new life together.

However, some Vikings fan believe Gunnhild could betray Bjorn and side with Harald in part B, that is if Harald survived the battle of Kattegat.

Harald and Gunnhild do have a history together and he was openly jealous of her and Bjorn’s relationship in Vikings season five.

Harald’s interest in Gunnhild led to increased tension between him and Bjorn, leading to a fight between them when they arrived in Norway.

Gunnhild even had to step in and break up the fight, instructing them to focus on taking Kattegat from Ivar the Boneless (Alex Hogh Andersen).

However, in the end, she chose to marry Bjorn, leaving Harald heartbroken.

One Vikings fan tweeted: “Now I just want Gunnhild and Harald to rule the world.”
A second fan said: “I feel so sad for Gunnhild and what’s abt to happen (and I’m not just talking abt the wedding). Bjorn has broken her. I wish she’d married Harald, he would’ve treated her like the queen she is.”

A third fan commented: “AND I’m waiting for Gunnhild to leave Bjorn for Harald.”
As expect, Harald also set his eyes on Bjorn’s new wife, Ingrid.

In a grim scene in the season six finale, Harald raped Ingrid shortly before the Rus Vikings invaded.

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He brought her to his room against her will after she refused his offer to become Harald’s only wife and the Queen of Norway.

Following the assault, Harald promised to marry Ingrid if Bjorn died in battle.

Ingrid was last seen collapsing into the arms of King Olaf (Steven Berkoff) near the water.

With Bjorn Ironside gravely injured, there is a huge possibility Harald could have his way with Ingrid and Gunnhild if he too survives his injures.

In the season six, part A finale, Bjorn and Harald were severely injured following the Rus attack on Kattegat, with fans unsure either survived.

Show creator Michael Hirst has confirmed when part two returns, Bjorn and Harald are alive but are seriously injured.

Just how long Bjorn and Harald will survive remains unknown for now.

Speaking too SyFy Wire earlier this year Hirst said: “Okay, so the Vikings have been decimated and two of our beloved Vikings have been cut down in battle and are likely to die, that is true.

“But I would say that they are certainly both badly wounded. If I was a betting man — I wouldn’t bet on their long-term survival — but I haven’t actually seen them die yet.

“So I would reserve judgment about that, I cannot wait for you to see Episode 11 because a lot of the things you think might be true, may not be quite so true.”

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