General Hospital News And Spoilers: Owen And Nathan Ford; Meet The Twins Cast As Willow And Michael’s Baby

Willow and Michael’s baby

Willow and Michael’s baby is here! Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) gave birth to her’s and Michael’s newborn daughter via C-section.

General Hospital recaps capture the vibe during Willow’s procedure. As observed, everyone in the OR was relieved when they met baby girl Corinthos. Then suddenly, the mood turned dark.

General Hospital spoilers reveal After becoming witness to his daughter’s birth, Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) spends some time with his and Willow’s newborn baby girl. Outside of the OR, Michael holds the baby with family around. Meanwhile, Willow is fighting for her life in the OR. She falls unconscious and begins to fade away. While doctors scramble to save her life, Willow envisions Harmony (Inga Cadranel). It’s looking grim for Willow, however, fans hope she survives. Thankfully, she met her daughter before things took a dark turn. Now, the family awaits for Willow to awaken now that she’s made it through surgery.

General Hospital comings and goings reports reveal that two new cast members were added to GH family. According to buzz on social media, General Hospital fans gushed over the adorable (yet large for a newborn) baby who is playing “baby girl Corinthos.” General Hospital news reports confirm the role of Willow and Michael’s baby was filled by twins Owen and Nathan Ford.

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