But the actors not only deny that they're dating, they're actually a little exhausted by the constant questioning.
"Honestly I'm tired of that conversation," Balfe, who plays Claire Fraser, tells EW. "This is fantasy. This is our job. We are very different in our private life. We are best friends. From the moment we met, we got along. Sam is one of the most generous people you'll ever meet. Such a great guy, no ego involved."
Heughan, in fact, feels badly that some fans seem genuinely let down they aren't in a romantic relationship. "It saddens me a bit but I guess that means we've done a good job," says Heughan (Jamie Fraser) to EW. "I don't know. It's a strange one. I'm still coming to terms with what it's like to have people follow your personal life as well as your public life. It gets amusing. But she's just wonderful. We're very good friends."
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Outlander season 2 premieres April 9 on Starz.