Davina was killed last season after the ancestors cursed Kol (Nathaniel Buzolic) to get revenge on Davina for her magical actions. After Freya (Riley Voelkel) tried to use her as a magical conduit, Davina untethered the ancestral world from the physical world and trapped herself there.
Davina Potratz has been a part of the Selling Sunset family since the show began in 2019. However, in October 2020, she revealed that she would be leaving the Oppenheim Group for a rival real estate agency. Davina has not quit the Selling Sunset universe for good, however.
Yes, Davina is seemingly gone at the end of episode 20, but there's still more story to tell with the ancestors. There's still more story to tell with Kol and Vincent and even Marcel wanting revenge against them. I'd say there's still more story to tell with Davina.
Before her death, Davina forgives Marcel because he saved her and accepts her fate, because she thinks that it would be selfish to take everyone else with her. Her throat is later slitten by Sophie to complete the Harvest, but she does not come back. She is left to be mourned by who watched it.
Yep, Klamille fans, Klaus' other lover is also coming back as "The Originals" ends. So not only will Cami be back, it looks like the patriarch of the Mikaelson family is returning, too. Even though both characters are dead.
Throughout the pregnancy, Davina and the baby nearly lost their lives many times, though managed to pull through and survive. Eventually on September 11, 2023, Davina gave birth to Henriikka, nearly dying in childbirth, if not for the blood of her daughter being inside her, as well as Adyelya's blood.
In Le Grand Guignol, Davina is resurrected through Céleste's death. In Farewell to Storyville, Davina feels uncomfortable after her journey into death.
It was also later revealed to Klaus and Camille, that the child was developing healthily and appeared to be a baby girl when at a doctor's appointment. They did so and the delivery was successful, though Camille only got to hold her daughter for mere moments before succumbing to Lucien's bite.
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