Sonny attends Millow wedding!? Willow Tait’s (Katelyn MacMullen) gracious nature sets her apart from so many others. Especially, since her own personal troubles continue to plague her. Despite staring death in the face, Willow still thinks of others during her own time of need.
Practically the entire city of Port Charles is helping in some way to track down Dr. Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati). Time is not on their side as Willow becomes weaker with every passing moment. Liesl’s bone marrow transplant was Willow’s last chance at survival. Now, time is of the essence. While others hunt down Victor Cassadine (Charles Shaughnessy) and the Haunted Star, Willow and Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) plan their wedding. Sadly, Willow is under the gun when it comes to wedding plans. She’s tragically running out of time to marry the man she loves. That being said, Willow has a special request for her future husband.
Sonny attends Millow wedding?!
According to General Hospital previews, Willow and Michael discuss their upcoming wedding. In conversation, Willow mentions a certain someone in regard to his attendance when they said, “I do.” General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that this may be Willow’s dying wish. She already told Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) her wishes for the future. With that, Willow wants peace between her future husband and his father. However, she doesn’t want Michael to feel pressured. Will she be able to express her wedding wish in a way Michael will comply?
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