The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers tease that things are about to turn upside down for the Forrester, Logan and Spencer families and in more ways than one. Now that it’s been established that Flo Fulton is actually a Logan, what does this mean for Steffy Forrester and her adopted baby, Phoebe? Here’s what you need to know.
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Steffy Is Raising A Logan – What Flo’s Socking DNA Results Means For Baby Phoebe/Beth’s Future
While everyone is celebrating the fact that Flo is indeed a part of the Logan family, Steffy is currently in Paris with her two children, Kelly and Phoebe. She decided to check up on things at Forrester Creations in the French capital. She also wants to get away from all of the drama at home.
When Steffy returns, she will be shocked to know that her child is actually a Logan, seeing how she thinks that Flo Fulton is the baby’s biological child. That will definitely lead to some fireworks for both the Forrester and Logan families. However, little does Steffy know that the baby actually belongs to Hope Logan, which makes her a little Logan no matter what. Talk about being hit with a double whammy.
The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers indicate that when Steffy returns to Los Angeles, she’ll probably want to catch the next flight back to Paris after she finds out what’s in store for her. It’s only a matter of time before everyone finds out Flo’s real secret: she’s not the baby’s biological mother and that Phoebe is actually Baby Beth.
To share up matters even more, Thomas Forrester is pinning for Hope, leaving Liam both devastated and left behind. So could this possibly mean that there’s a chance for Liam and Steffy to reunite one and for all? Fans will have to tune in to find out!
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