Ryan and Heather reunite… Is Heather Webber Esme’s mother?! Esme Prince (Avery Kristen Pohl) has never known the comforts of a stable home. Esme’s father Ryan Chamberlain doesn’t exactly exude warm and fuzzy feelings. She spent much of her years in boarding school and being cared for by her nanny Maggie. Esme’s mother was never around and her identity remains a mystery.
General Hospital spoilers reveal a connection between Esme’s father Ryan Chamberlain (Jon Lindstrom) and Heather the head case Webber (Alley Mills). Ryan has never revealed Esme’s mother’s identity to his daughter or anyone.
General Hospital recaps address the strange reaction from both Ryan and Heather as they came face to face. They both reacted in such a way that insinuates they have history with one another. However, Heather was the only one of the two with fear in her eyes.
General Hospital spoilers and rumors hint Heather’s history with Ryan dates back in time. She blew off the obvious fact that she and Ryan know each other while unsuccessfully masking the fear written all over her face. GH rumors speculate the connection between these two dangerous lunatics.
The hunt for Esme Prince is on as Mac Scorpio (John J. York) and Kevin Collins (Jon Lindstrom) recruit Ava Jerome (Maura West) to help find her. Mac and Kevin hope Ryan’s obsession with Ava will somehow guide then to his daughter’s whereabouts. Will they inadvertently discover Ryan is Esme’s father while Heather Webber is Esme’s mother?
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