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General Hospital News and Spoilers: Kathleen Gati Addresses GH Absence, Will Dr. Obrecht Stick Around?

Is Kathleen Gati leaving GH Liesl Obrecht

Is Kathleen Gati leaving GH? …It seems like the good (or not so good) people of Port Charles can’t catch a break. It’s always one drama onto the next. At the hospital, Willow Corinthos (Katelyn MacMullen) remains in recovery after her bone marrow transplant. Thanks to her donor, Dr. Liesl Obrecht, Willow has a future.

GH recaps recall recent storylines involving Dr. Obrecht. Retrospectively, so much has happened in such a short amount of time. For a while, Liesl was front and center in multiple lead storylines. First, losing her daughter, Dr. Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud), hit the hardest. Then, she becomes a marrow donor, then is kidnapped before the surgery. The entire thing was a huge ordeal for Willow’s family.

Fast forward, and Dr. Obrecht hasn’t been seen since she donated her marrow to Willow. Due to her noticeable absence, GH fans question the star’s status with General Hospital. So, they took their inquiries to social media. According to General Hospital news and spoilers, GH fans asked if and when Liesl can be seen again. So, is Kathleen Gati leaving GH? Reportedly, Kathleen Gati weighed in on her GH status. However, there wasn’t much to tell as she revealed, “I have no idea if and when I will be back on canvas,” she admitted in response to a follower. “Life is full of surprises!”

We continue to keep our fingers crossed for her return.

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