Sabrina Santiago (Theresa Castillo) is a wide-eyed dreamer whose own Cinderella story made her dreams a reality. She went from shy, quiet, and even nerdy young woman to a polished career woman with confidence.
General Hospital spoilers reveal that the day Sabrina has been waiting for is finally here. It’s no secret that she dreamed about this day since the moment that she laid eyes on Dr. Patrick Drake (Jason Thompson). After all she’s been through, she’s ready to settle down with the man she loves and the other girl who has his heart. Of course, Patrick and his daughter Emma (Brooklyn Silzer) are a packaged deal.
According to GH news and spoilers, today is the day that Sabrina prepares as for her wildest dreams to come true. Yes, today is Patrick and Sabrina’s wedding day! Friends and family gather at the church to watch these two become a family. But Sabrina’s one track path to romance ignores the signs. Sadly, GH rumors claim that Sabrina’s wedding day results in a calamitous display at the altar. However, she’s more than ready to become little Emma’s step mom.
After Robin’s death, the devastation and mourning set in and Patrick had to figure out how to pick up the pieces. That’s when he and Sabrina threw caution to the wind, ignoring the signs. Undeniably, Patrick’s heart is still with Robin whether she is alive or not.
As Patrick and Sabrina make their way to the altar, will Robin be able to stop the nuptials before it’s too late? Watch General Hospital today at 2PM Eastern!
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Corinthians 13:13 “So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”