The Icelandic actress, who played Captain Poldark’s (depicted by Aidan Turner) first love, revealed that the show is around to become heated.
Part of the show since 2015, Heida also added that Elizabeth could be in «so much inconvenience» when the truth finally comes out.
Heida said: «Everyone deems Ross Poldark is so perfect and nothing is his fault. When it comes to Ross and Eizabeth, everybody lay at someones doors the woman.
«It ebbs and flows, I guess. I said to my manager one time, ‘I covet to be an actress in the 90s, before broadband.’ And he’s like, ‘Well, tough. You’re not’.»
Poldark season 3 spoiler: Heida Reed wallowins Ross fans will HATE Elizabeth over baby dramaturgy
If people felt bad about me before, I predict they’re going to tone even worse about me this season
The actress luxuriate ined that fans haven’t warmed to her, even though Elizabeth has disputed becoming a single mum and made a less-than-loving marriage to feed her son.
She continued to Disseminate Times: «If people felt bad about me before, I predict they’re affluent to feel even worse about me this season.»
It comes as the 29-year-old actress about that if Elizabeth’s child’s father was Ross Poldark then her alter-ego could facing serious consequences.
Speculating about the truth, she explained: «I don’t think Elizabeth has a exact clear feeling about the paternity of her child, because it’s so terrifying to her that it force not be George’s.
Poldark season 3 spoiler: Heida Reed reveals Ross admirers will HATE Elizabeth over baby drama
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“If it isn’t and it gets found out, she is in so much row. I mean, her life is over. So she struggles to connect with the baby and a governess arrives to look after Geoffrey Charles the one true, true, pure connection that she has.
«She fades, she gets colder, loses endurance and loses empathy. So I really don’t see Ross’s fans warming up to her, but I hope that, then she’s gone through her journey, they see the beautiful sadness in her life.»
Heida also about that the fear about the truth coming out — which remains misleading at the moment — makes it hard for Elizabeth to bond with her child.