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Vikings’ Katheryn Winnick secretly issues warning to co-star in unaired behind the scenes clip.

VIKINGS may have come to an end with its brutal sixth season in December last year, but fans have still been enjoying the unearthed clips of the stars from behind the scenes.

Katheryn Winnick is best known for her long-running role as the vicious Viking warrior known as Lagertha. Although her time on Vikings has now come to an end, fans have been enjoying looking back at some of the History Channel and Amazon Prime Video series’ best behind the scenes moments.

Lagertha star Katheryn Winnick was spotted warning a Vikings extra from behind the scenes of the series’ second season.

Some of Winnick’s funniest moments from the show’s shooting location in Ireland were unearthed in an exclusive compilation.

The hilarious clips revealed that the atmosphere on set was often not nearly as serious as the historical drama’s weighty subject matter.

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The cast seemed to be in the middle of filming a key battle sequence, as Bjorn Ironside’s Alexander Ludwig was covered in fake blood.

Upon seeing her co-star, Winnick strides over to warn him to close his legs, before giving him a light kick on the backside.

Better known for its complex religious conflicts and violent war reenactments, Vikings fans were pleased to discover the series’ cast were still able to joke around behind the scenes.

Appreciative comments from the show’s fanbase rolled in when the video was originally posted on YouTube.One viewer said: “Love how as intense this show is, all the actors still try and have fun on the set whenever they can! Man I love me some Vikings!!”

And another replied: “What a blast it would be to hang out with these actors.”

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The series’ all-star cast included the likes of Travis Fimmel, Gustaf Skarsgård and Clive Standen.

The video also included several other moments in which the cast clambered on top of each other, clearly used to the close quarters contact that arises in the heat of battle.

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