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Vikings season six, part B is due to air on History and Amazon Prime Video after the first half of the season ended with a number of cliffhangers. Torvi (played by Georgia Hirst) and Ubbe (Jordan Patrick Smith) travelled to Iceland to find new settlements. The shieldmaiden had a great bond with Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) and fans are wondering whether she will join the late warrior in Valhalla.
Will Torvi follow Lagertha to Valhalla?
Fans were devastated when Lagertha was killed off in the first half of the season.
She was given a lavish funeral and her body was cast out to sea on a traditional Viking ship.
But not before Torvi, who had been at Lagertha’s side for most of the series, gave an emotional tribute to her best friend.
Taking a seat next to Lagertha’s body, she said: “I love you, there is really nothing else to say Lagertha.
“I know you will look after my boys, there will be so much for you to do, but don’t forget them.
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“I must live in a world without you, and wherever I go, you will go with me and give me courage and hope.”
She then kissed Lagertha on the forehead and proceeded to sing a Viking chant, before the body was pushed out into the water.
Vikings who have died a noble death move on to Valhalla, a legendary place where they sit with the rest of the Viking gods.
Fans believe Ubbe and Torvi will return to defend Kattegat when they hear of the news of the invasion by Prince Oleg (Danila Kozlovsky) and Ivar the Boneless (Alex Høgh Andersen).
In the trailer for season six, episode 11, Ubbe is seen fighting in a huge battle and Torvi is with her newborn son.
She has not yet given up her fighting days, so there is a chance she may return to the battlefield.
There have already been some major casualties as a result of the Rus battle, as Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig) was stabbed by Ivar.
King Harald (Peter Franzén) was also seriously injured and fans are wondering if he survived.
Actress Hirst has previously said fans may be disappointed with the Vikings ending, saying: “I don’t think there’s ever a way that it [Vikings] will end where you’ll be completely satisfied.
“Fans will always be upset that it’s over. It’s kind of one of those things. It’s going to be mixed emotions for everyone. I think everyone is going to have a different reaction.”
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Winnick and Hirst are also close friends offscreen and the pair were pictured together at an event celebrating women in Hollywood.
They posed on the Vanity Fair and Lancôme red carpet, and they had their arms around each other for photos.
Hirst’s father Michael, who created the series, told Entertainment Tonight about the fate of the injured characters.
He said: “We haven’t actually seen them dead, but you would imagine that their wounds were grievous enough to probably mean they wouldn’t survive very long.”
He did not mention anything about his daughter’s character, but Torvi was alive and well at the end of season six, part A.
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With many of the main characters having already been killed off, it is safe to say there is absolutely no knowing who will go next.
The producers are not afraid to wipe out some of the most pivotal characters, so if Torvi joins the battle, she may be the next to go.
As a new mother, she is in an even more vulnerable position, and this could set her up for danger.
Fans have praised her character development across the series, with one fan saying on Twitter: “@gee_hirst is absolute kills in @HistoryVikings.
“You don’t realise how pivotal her character really is. Amazing actress and proper bad***.”
Besides Vikings, the actress has only starred in a couple of other projects, including the 2018 film Ravers.
The star has struggled during the coronavirus outbreak as she suffers from a lung condition, and she went into self-isolation.
Vikings season 6 part B will air later in 2020
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