Virgin River fan theory about Charmine children’s father will change everything

Season 4 of “Virgin River” is sure to bring more drama. At the end of Season 3, Jack proposed to Melinda. Unfortunately, Melinda revealed that she was able to get pregnant through IVF, thanks to her late husband’s frozen embryos (via Weekly entertainment).

Alexandra Breckinridge, who plays Melinda, said: “It was her problem, because Melinda decided to continue IVF after she and Jack briefly split. Things only got more complicated from there, when Jack’s ex-girlfriend, Charmaine, revealed to him that she was pregnant with his twins, also through IVF (via IVF). Showbiz CheatSheet).

However, there are those who suspect Charmaine of not telling the truth, and that the children actually belong to marine veterinarian Dan Brady, for whom Jack has his own TV series. One fan took to reddit to explain their theory: “I don’t think the kids are Jack’s,” they wrote (via shown). “Nearly everything [sic] time there was a scene with Charmaine discussing her pregnancy, the scene immediately following was Brady’s. Charmaine was clearly jealous of Mel in the first season (and still is) and angry at Jack for not loving her (still is). So it makes sense if in a moment of bad judgment (and desire for revenge) she would sleep with someone else as a way to ‘get back to Jack’. And who slept with Brady better? Especially since he’s also very angry/resentful towards Jack…”

Hopefully all will be revealed in Season 4.

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Bobby Allyn

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