What Happened To Nina On General Hospital?
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This story contains discussions of miscarriage.
Nina Wakes Up
Nina Reeves Clay (Michelle Stafford), Silas Clay's (Michael Easton) deceased wife on "General Hospital," awoke from the dead in her debut episode. It turns out that Nina's mother, wanting to prevent the birth of any heirs, made her overdose on drugs, sending her into a decades-long coma.
Her Missing Years
Nina went to Port Charles to exact revenge on a woman that Silas had an affair with, kidnapping the pregnant Ava Jerome (Maura West) and inducing labor. Nina was still in a delusional state — she went into her coma while pregnant, and subsequently miscarried — and was convinced the infant was hers.
Her Impulsive Marriage
After Nina was forced to give Ava's baby back, she spent time in a mental health facility, then returned to Port Charles and married Ric Lansing (Rick Hearst), who was after Nina's money and was conspiring with Madeline Reeves (Donna Mills). Madeline even murdered Silas Clay when he caught onto her scheme.
A HusbanD... and child
Nina went on to marry and divorce Valentin Cassadine (James Patrick Stuart); he learned that Nina's biological daughter was alive, and presented Nina with an imposter to make her love him again. Nina found out about the trick, then learned that Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier), presumed dead, was her real daughter.
More Daughters
Nina was angry at Carly Corinthos (Laura Wright) for keeping the truth from her, so she began dating Carly's amnesiac husband, Sonny (Maurice Benard). Nina is also suing for grandparents' rights to Nelle's son, Wiley, but Nina actually gave birth to twins, and her other daughter is Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen).