A couple months ago, Lante fans lost all hope for their super couple, Dante and Lulu Falconeri. The story line revolving around their relationship and marriage is so real, many viewers can relate to what these two have been going through. Marriage takes work. People make mistakes, but that doesn’t mean that all love is lost. It’s clear that Dante, despite his actions involving his betrayal with Lulu’s cousin Valerie, does not erase the fact that he loves Lulu and their family together with son, Rocco. And although Lulu may not agree with Dante’s jealousy over Johnny, and other men in her life, including Dillon, and her impulsive Spencer ways, it doesn’t mean she doesn’t still love and cherish her husband.
Dante and Lulu had hit rock bottom after he cheated on her with her own cousin, and after Lulu turned to Johnny to help get Valerie out of their lives.
However, best friends always have your back. Best friends encourage the good in you, they are there to support you in love and in life, and that is exactly what Maxie and Nathan have done for their best friends, Dante and Lulu. Maxie is always playing match maker, and doing zainy things in the name of love. It looks as though this time, her plan will actually make a positve impact on Dante and Lulu’s marriage.
After being told by Maxie and Nathan, Lulu and Dante both headed to a specific room at the Metro Court. After figuring out that they had been played by their friends and got locked in the room together, Dante and Lulu have now decided to try and work things out.
So what does the future hold for this fan favorite Daytime couple? General Hospital Blog wants to believe that Lante will survive. It’s highly unlikely that the writers would go through all this trouble having Maxie devise a plan, and for Lante to not succeed in working out their problems after all they have been through together.
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Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”