Peaky Blinders
Arthur (Paul Anderson) is featured in a new clip from “Peaky Blinders” Season 3. BBC Two

U.S. fans of “Peaky Blinders” may still be waiting on a Season 3 premiere date announcement, but at least they can get sneak peeks of the drama to come. The U.K. BBC Two series has been releasing quick snippets from the upcoming premiere, and the latest gives a first taste of Tommy’s wedding.

The clip features Arthur (Paul Anderson) and Tommy (Cillian Murphy) and comes from the “Peaky Blinders” Facebook page in the form of a gif. Because it’s a gif no audio accompanies it, however, the caption asks: “Where d’you think you’re going, Arthur?”

At only a few seconds long, the gif shows Tommy wearing a corsage on his wedding day. He’s outside talking to his older brother, but it doesn’t appear to be going well. Arthur throws up his hands and walks away. Tommy briefly stops before turning and calling for Arthur.

Do the brothers get in a spat on Tommy’s wedding day? Could it have something to do with Tommy’s mysterious bride?

“Peaky Blinders” viewers learned in October that Tommy would be settling down in the first episode back. However, series creator Steven Knight has stayed quiet about whether Tommy will choose to follow his heart and be with Grace (Annabelle Wallis), or let money do the talking and propose to May (Charlotte Riley). All Knight would confirm is that Tommy’s decision would be revealed early on.

For those that don’t remember where the series left off, Grace revealed to Tommy that their affair resulted in pregnancy. Tommy didn’t have much time to process the information because Grace dropped the bombshell at the racetrack while his men were plotting to take over all the gambling licenses. Due to a slight hiccup that almost resulted in Tommy getting assassinated, the leader of the gang never made it back to talk to Grace. However, Grace did talk to May. The two women had a tense standoff as May told Grace that Tommy would choose wealth and power over her.

“Peaky Blinders” Season 3 will premiere on BBC Two in the U.K. on May 5. Who do you think Tommy will choose? Sound off in the comments section.