General Hospital Spoilers: Esme Wants Nikolas To Stay Gone

Esme wants Nikolas gone

Esme wants Nikolas gone. Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) is sick and tired of unknowing, self-serving people declaring what is best for her and baby Ace. As if Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) wasn’t bad enough, having the alleged father of her baby around wills make things worse.

No matter how hard she tries, she can’t seem to convince Spencer that she is worthy mother. Ace is Esme’s number one priority. Despite her past, the new mom displays responsible, loving, and logical behavior toward and regarding her newborn son. Even still, Spencer and Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) plot to take the child from his own mother.

Esme Wants Nikolas Gone

Thankfully, Esme has one less Cassadine to worry about. In the latest General Hospital previews, Esme is heard insinuating that she wants him to stay gone. GH rumors claim that “him” is in reference to Nikolas Cassadine. It’s true, she could also be referring to Spencer. He’s off to his meeting with Uncle Vic and has finally left her side. No matter how you slice it, one less Cassadine is one less problem for this new mom. Esme’s going the best she can given the circumstances. It’s bad enough that she doesn’t know who she can trust. So, adding another Cassadine to stake their claim is just another added obstacle.

How long will Esme have to fight off Spencer and Victor? And when will Nikolas him into the equation?

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