General Hospital Spoilers: Sonny Confronts Nina About Willow And Michael

Sonny confronts Nina

Sonny confronts Nina! Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) and Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell ) are about to tie the knot! The wait is over because the bride and groom moved up the wedding date. Now, the big day is in less than 24 hours.

General Hospital recaps recall Sonny just found out that his son is getting married, tomorrow! In Brook Lynn Quartermaine’s (Amanda Setton) latest conversation with the mobster, she spilled the tea about Michael and Willow’s wedding. She revealed the couple will wed in less than 24 hours. To BLQ’s surprise, Sonny was shocked by the news.

According to General Hospital spoilers and previews, Sonny confronts Nina about Michael and Willow’s wedding. Unbeknownst to Wiley’s grandparents, Sonny is welcome at his son’s wedding while Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) is barred. Previously, GH spoilers revealed that Willow supported making peace between Sonny and Michael. But when it comes to Willow and Nina, the terminally ill young woman doesn’t entertain the idea. In fact, Willow outwardly expressed that she wants Michael to makes amends with his father for their children’s sake. For Donna and Avery as well.

GH previews indicate that Nina knows as much as Sonny. They are both aware that Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) is missing and Willow’s life depends on Liesl. But neither of them knew their children moved up the wedding date!

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