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The writer of the BBC series, Debbie Horsfield, has hinted that Ross Poldark, played by Aidan Turner, might well not be the father of Elizabeth Warleggan’s (Heida Reed) baby.
Much less was it removed at the request of the actors.
“To be absolutely clear,” says Horsfield, “the script never changed from the moment I wrote it, to how it was shot.” For Horsfield, however, the positioning of Ross and Elizabeth as consensual lovers had more to do with fidelity, not just to character but to the spirit of Winston Graham’s original Poldark novels.
He told her that she could be a secretary in his business or go become a maid.
Defying her family, Kübler-Ross left home at the age of 16 and worked a series of jobs.
In truth, the scene shown on Sunday bears little resemblance to one written by Graham in Warleggan, the third book in the Poldark series.
In the 1953 text, Elizabeth accuses Ross of treating her “like a slut”, to which our hero replies, “It is time you were so treated.” Her protest (“Ross, you can’t intend…Stop!
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Yet controversy swirled like Cornish mist around their long-anticipated encounter in Sunday night’s episode of Poldark.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating