General Hospital (GH) spoilers tease Harmony Miller (Inga Cadranel) has been warning Willow Corinthos (Katelyn MacMullen) every time she closes her eyes to watch out for what’s coming.
Willow hasn’t been able to make out the words her mother is speaking to her from the great beyond, but she trusts that it’s authentic and she truly is trying to caution her.
She has considered that her mind might be playing tricks on her, or she may be anxious about the chance of losing her life and family all over again, but she genuinely believes this is something else entirely.
When she shares her concerns with Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell), it just might leave him as shaken as it is her.
General Hospital Spoilers — Harmony Miller Was Always Worried About Nina Reeves
When Harmony was laying on her death bed at GH, she told Carly Spencer (Laura Wright) to look out for Willow — particularly when it came to her birth mother.
Harmony had carried the secret of who Willow’s biological mother was for her daughter’s entire life, not sharing it with anyone until that moment.
Carly was stunned by Harmony’s confession and promised to keep her secret, understanding why Harmony felt Nina’s love would suffocate her little girl. She may not have been wrong, but that doesn’t mean Harmony would feel the same way now.
GH Spoilers – Hint Everything Worked Out — Sort Of
Sure, Nina took a stab at getting Carly annexed from the family. She didn’t want to compete with Sonny’s attention or affection anymore, and Nina has always known that Carly comes before everyone else when it comes to the mob boss.
So the only way she could truly have a life with Sonny that Carly didn’t complicate was to have her locked up.
That may not have happened, but it turns out Nina got the guy in the end anyway — although she’s still sharing him with his ex and their shared family.
In the process, Nina got her daughter back, and she has mellowed out enough to leave Carly alone from then on. All’s well that ends well? It seems Harmony might think so.
General Hospital Spoilers — That’s Not What This Is About
What may come to light is that Harmony is more concerned about her little girl’s marriage than she is her maternal figure.
Nina’s secret about tattling on Carly to the feds has nothing to do with how she treats her daughter or her grandchildren. Michael’s secret, on the other hand, has quite a lot to do with how he’s treating his wife and kids.
Keeping Nina away from them by blackmailing her, and keeping the truth from Willow entirely, isn’t going to sit well with Harmony — and it seems she’s willing to reach out from the great beyond to let her daughter know to watch her back.