Nikolas Cassadine (Tyler Christopher) and Emily Quartermaine (Natalia Livingston) were EVERYTHING back in what I call the Golden Era of General Hospital. There’s no doubt that the 90s and the early 2000s brought on some of the best romances in GH history! (Ok, that’s my opinion, but many agree!) They were one of daytime television’s most iconic young couples.
Nikolas and Emily’s friendship with Elizabeth and Lucky sparked a lot of attention through the years. Many became invested in their lives and the romances between Liz and Lucky, a well as Nikolas and Emily. Together, they were know as the four musketeers. They were young, vibrant, and full of heart.
Reportedly, Natalia Livingston and Tyler Christopher’s work relationship ended when Emily Quartermaine was killed off the show. It’s no secret that Nikolas and Emily were crazy about each other. GH fans often wondered if Natalia and Tyler were friends in real life. Especially after her GH exit. While not much has been disclosed over the years, recent GH news reports bring forth some light to the topic.
According to GH news and spoilers, Natalia Livingston speaks our agh we Tyler Christopher’s death. The 47 year old actress took to Instagram to express her gratitude, love, and support for Tyler. Below you will find Natalia’s heartfelt tribute to her friend and former co-star, the late Tyler Christopher. Also know as the iconic Nikolas Cassadine. He will forever life inside of our hearts.
Natalia Livingston Pays Tribute To Tyler Christopher
Micki is an avid fan or music, especially the lyrics, and storytelling. Additionally, she’s a dedicated General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing, intellectually emotional expression, and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends her free time writing poetry and song lyrics, while inspired by her passions and interests. Thank you all for taking the time to read and support General Hospital Blog. It truly means more than you know.
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