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General Hospital Spoilers and Rumors: Elizabeth Webber Adopts Baby Ace

Elizabeth Webber Adopts Baby Ace
Elizabeth Webber Adopts Baby Ace

Elizabeth Webber (Rebecca Herbst) is a hard working single mother. She has three boys, and all of whom are respectable young men. Her oldest, Cam, is in college on a soccer scholarship. While Aiden and Jake continue to thrive as young men.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that Elizabeth’s motherly nature and nursing background make her a great candidate for Ace’s guardian. Now that Baby Ace lost his mother, big brother, and even his father. Odds are that Nikolas Cassadine (Adam Huss) won’t be the most present figure in his baby son’s life. Instead, Ace is surrounded by his grandmother Laura, and step grandfather Kevin.

Elizabeth helps a pregnant Esme
Elizabeth helps a pregnant Esme

Elizabeth Webber Adopts Baby Ace

According to the latest GH rumors, taking care of a baby becomes too much for Laura and Kevin. Elizabeth seems to have a soft sport for Ace’s mom, Esme, and feels guilty for her part in Nikolas’s devious behavior. GH recaps highlight Liz and Kevin’s experience in the cemetery. That’s when they both witnessed a distraught Heather Webber (Alley Mills) mourn her late daughter. It’s possible that something was sparked in Elizabeth, and she feels a sense of responsibility to baby Ace. Will she step in and tell Kevin and Laura that Ace has a home with her and the boys?

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