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General Hospital News And Spoilers: Mauric Benard Did THIS For The First Time (Without His Wife ????)

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Maurice Benard flies for the first time without his wife Paula. General Hospital star, Maurice Beard is full of surprises. His hidden talents know no bounds. From dancing around his dressing room, to his extraordinary grandfathering, Maurice never ceases to amaze us.

According to past General Hospital news, Maurice Benard announced his first time flying in 10 years, back in 2015. The Daytime TV star and Emmy winner’s fear of flying consumed him for years. But on March 12th, 2015, he overcame his fear and hopped on a plane.

Maurice Benard Flies

In recent General Hospital news and spoilers, Benard shares another proud moment. Eight years after he overcame his fear of flying, Maurice has overcome another fear. Today, he announced that he just got on a plane for the first time without his wife Paula. Through it all, the fears and the triumphs, Maurice has his wife Paula to support him.

What brings Maurice a Benard on a plane this morning by? Thankfully, the iconic soap opera mobster revealed his reason for flying high in the sky. General Hospital news and spoilers reveal that Benard took to Instagram to share his accomplishments. In a recent IG post, Maurice shared the news of his upcoming appearance on ABC’s The View.

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