“Outlander” Season 3 is currently filming in South Africa, but it isn’t all smooth sailing aboard the Artemis. Actress Caitriona Balfe revealed an injury she sustained on set on Twitter. However, it seems like the Claire Fraser actress is tough enough to handle it.

Balfe posted a photo of a tiny bruise that she calls her “war wounds,” and her emojis indicate that it happened during a scene readers will recognize from the “Turtle Soup” chapter. As you can see below, it’s not exactly tragic and certainly doesn’t seem like anything that will interrupt Balfe’s filming schedule. She tweeted the photo in response to co-star Sam Heughan writing that he would be interested to see their original screen test for “Outlander.” 

It seems the audition scene that Balfe and Heughan had to do for their screen test may have also resulted in a few bruises. “We had a fantastic audition,” Heughan recalled to IndieWire in 2015. “We had a big scene to do by the river from Episode Nine, where Jamie and Claire go for each other. There’s dramatic high stakes. I remember tearing pieces out of each other, it was very physical, I had her in a bear hug, looking at her, and she was really pissed off at me, really angry, really strong. We were both willing to go for it.”

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“Outlander” fans shouldn’t worry too much about Balfe’s injuries. It looks like her days off from the Starz drama are pretty relaxing. The Irish beauty posted a short video from her lazy Sunday. She seemed to be enjoying the South African weather by keeping her windows open while she lounged on the couch with a book. She’s in the middle of “A Little Life” by Hanya Yanagihara.

Despite the bruises, it appears the actress is having a much easier time than her character Claire. When “Outlander” Season 3 premieres in September, the nurse will be stuck in the 20th century and trying to make her marriage with Frank (Tobias Menzies) work despite her undying love for Jamie (Heughan).

“At this point in Claire’s life, Jamie’s dead. She’s trying to build a life after him, but once you’ve experienced a love so all-consuming, nothing can live up to it,” Balfe told TV Insider in February while teasing the beginning of Season 3. “Claire decides to focus on her career and tries to slot Frank in. That leads to disappointment and resentment. It’s a broken marriage.”

“Outlander” Season 3 premieres in September on Starz.