Britt says goodbye to her mutter! Dr. Britt Westbourne (Kelly Thiebaud) confided in her mother Dr. Liesl Obrecht after receiving life altering news. She is facing a life threatening illness that has effected her life in various ways outside of the expected.
Discovering she carried the genetic marker for Huntington’s Disease served as a stepping stone toward Britt’s bond with Jason Morgan (Steve Burton). Because of the threat Britt was facing, she was able to experience her own vulnerability. Furthermore, expressing her vulnerable side allowed for that connection to be made with Jason.
General Hospital spoilers and rumors reveal Cody has yet to find out what Britt is going through. After losing Jason, Britt become more closed off
which made it difficult for the Chief of Staff to make an initial connection with someone. However, things began to change for her after Cody Bell (Josh Kelly) made a strong, yet interesting impression on the young doctor.
General Hospital comings and goings news confirms Kelly Thiebaud exits GH while leaving the door open for Britt Westbourne to return. She is headed to Station 19 to reprise her role as Eva Vasquez.
GH spoilers tease Britt makes the decision to take her life into her own hands after trusting Dr. Austin Holt (Roger Howarth) with her secret. She breaks the news to her mother Dr. Liesl Obrecht that she’s leaving Port Charles. Britt’s Huntington’s Disease drives her out of town and to Toronto.
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