General Hospital Spoilers: Nina’s Got It All Wrong, Carly Never Kept Her From Her Daughter Because Nelle Was Never Hers?

Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) just can’t let her daughter, Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) go, and the fact that she strongly believes Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) is to blame for missing out has taken over her mind.

General Hospital spoilers and rumors suggest Nina’s life begins to downward spiral as everything comes undone.

General Hospital spoilers reveal, Willow Tait’s (Katelyn MacMullen) leukemia diagnosis will be the gateway for Harmony Miller’s (Inga Cadranel) big secret to come out. Carly Corinthos holds the key to identifying Willow’s maternal biology and possibly the key to saving her life.

General Hospital rumors developed based on some clues fans have picked up on. The half heart necklace that Nina and Nelle both have dates back to the Frank Benson days. Willow mentioned that her mother had a necklace like that and how it could have been left behind because Harmony always packed light. But if Willow and Nelle are both Nina’s daughters, if they are twins, would the necklaces have been meant for each of them and not Nina, or does Nina only have one daughter?

GH rumors hint that Nina may only have one daughter, Willow. And Nelle acquired the necklace because it was left at Frank Benson’s where she lived. Taking the necklace, Nelle become its owner by default and when Nina figured out Nelle had the necklace, she was mislead.

Perhaps Carly is being blamed for Nina losing Nelle, but maybe Nelle was never Nina’s to lose? We have DNA proof that Nina is Willow’s mother. So did the half heart necklace belong to Willow all along?

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