'Vikings' Season 4 Update: Ragnar Lothbrok Found Wife Number Three? Bjorn To Rise As King As Father Takes Over Paris
"Vikings" Season 4 has no specific premiere date yet but fans are excited to see who could be the third wife of King Ragnar Lothbrok as it has been reported that he will be ending his marriage with his second wife. It has also been said that Bjorn will be the new king of the Vikings after his father got injured while conquering Paris.
In a report by Inquisitr, the first wife of Ragnar Lothbrok was Lagertha, played by Katheryn Winnick. They had a son together, Bjorn, but the two ended their marriage when the king of the Vikings met Princess Aslaug, played by Alyssa Sutherland. The happy times of Ragnar and Lagertha ended when she had a miscarriage and the king was away as he has to deal with land disputes.
The publication added that Lagertha still forgave Ragnar for being always away but when Aslaug shows up pregnant in "Vikings" Season 2, she packs up and leaves with her son. This then resulted to Aslaug and King Ragnar having many sons as per the prediction of the Seer.
However, the happy relationship of Aslaug and Ragnar might come to an end as it was seen in "Vikings" Season 3 that he cheated with Princess Kwenthrith, played by Amy Bailey. She is known as the quirky woman with a strong sexual appetite. Fans are now wondering if the Vikings king has found his wife number three. It could be either Kwenthrith or an slave named Yidu whom Ragnar picked up from Paris. Yidu is expected to be introduced in season 4 and will reportedly be fancied by Ragnar.
As for Bjorn, in a report by Christian Today, he is said to be the new king of the Vikings in season 4 after his father was injured from the Paris siege.
However, Bjorn still has to battle his siblings as there will be rivalry among them on who is the best to take over the throne and become king of Denmark, Day Herald shared.
"Vikings" Season 4 will see Bjorn and his brothers having a sibling rivalry over who is best fit to be the new king and Ragnar Lothbroke is expected to be linked to Yidu, a slave whom the king will fancy. The History Channel show is set to premiere in 2016.