General Hospital News: GH’s Nancy Lee Grahn Postpones Wedding Set for 10/10/20 Due To Cancer, Trump And Other Factors

Much has been going on in our world since last Winter, and many changes and sacrifices had to be made due to these unpredicted circumstances.

General Hospital news reports General Hospital star, Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) announced her engagement to fiancé Richard Smith, back in December of 2019.

Over the course of the next few months, our world as Americans and humans as a whole has been turned upside down.

General Hospital news reports Nancy Lee Grahn has just announced she has postponed her wedding date that was set to take place on October 10th, 2020. In a recent post in Nancy’s IG account, she announced that due to a few factors, she and fiancé Richard Smith would be holding off on their nuptials. In a photo with her daughter, Kate, the ladies shown wearing masks which read “VOTE,” alongside a ballot box.

Nancy discloses some personal information on her post captioned, “Today was my wedding day B4 Cancer, Covid & Trump. We wanted to postpone mostly due to Trump. Turns out the day didn’t go as planned, but was incredibly meaningful nonetheless.”

It’s unclear how Cancer, Covid, and President Trump have played a role in hindering her plans on getting married. Whatever Nancy’s reasons, we hope she is able to work around whatever obstacles that have interfered with her wedding plans, past or present.

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