Phyllis reveals Nina is Willow’s mother! Phyllis has Nina’s past in the back of her mind. Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) knows she can depend on Phyllis Caulfield (Joyce Guy) over anyone else in her life. Now, that still proves true to this day.
General Hospital spoilers reveal Nina’s former nurse and life long friend will come through for her again. The past comes to light after Phyllis waited on Drew Cain (Cameron Mathison) and Alexis Davis (Nancy Lee Grahn) at Charlie’s. Phyllis remembers Harmony Miller (Inga Cadranel) and the lies she spewed. She recalled working in the same building with Harmony when Harmony called herself Lorraine. It was easy for Alexis to agree with Phyllis after her own experience with Harmony. Drew gets closer to the truth now that he is onto Denise Mackenzie (Alice Rietveld) and the lies she told. What Drew doesn’t know is that the lies regarding Willow Tait’s (Katelyn MacMullen) birth mother were started by Carly (Laura Wright).
General Hospital rumors suspect all this talk of the past will jog Phyllis’s memories. The past comes back to Phyllis is pieces as she remembers parts of Harmony’s connection to Madeline Reeves. Nina’s mother is responsible for giving Nina’s baby away while Nina lie in a coma.
GH rumors hint Phyllis connects the dots connecting Harmony to Madeline and of course, Nina. It’s possible Phyllis is the key that unlocks Nina and Willow’s connection. Could it be possible that Phyllis reveals Nina is Willow’s mother?
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