‘Days of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Jack And Kate Have A Lot Of Explaining To Do

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‘Days of Our Lives’ (DOOL) spoilers say that Jack Deveraux (Matthew Ashford) and Kate Roberts (Lauren Koslow) certainly have a lot of explaining to do, especially after their little secret about their shared past comes out. Here’s what you need to know.

At Jack and Jennifer Horton’s (Cady McClain) party, Abigail Deveraux (Marci Miller) reads a letter out loud that she found. Though Kate tries to get it from her, Jennifer beats her to it and before you know it, their shocking little secret comes out.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Jack And Kate Have A Lot Of Explaining To Do

Speaking to Soap Opera Digest in a new interview, actor Matthew Ashford, who plays Jack Deveraux on the hit NBC soap, puts it this way, “It’s painful. It’s so out of left field. What’s kind of fun is the way that Ron Carlivati [head writer] has written it, it really touches on a lot of different people’s lives. No one expected this to happen. And Jack had every intention of setting things right and talking to Jennifer about it, but one day was happier than the next and that time never came.”

‘Days of Our Lives’ spoilers say that the letter contains a revelation of something that happened between Jack and Kate in the past.

Matthew adds, “We were able to dig back a bit and it’s given me a change to work with Lauren Koslow, who is just wonderful, and to get into some messy truths. Nothing’s really easy. I hope everybody understands and that they realize that it’s a great growing moment for Jack and Jennifer, and that we are hopefully giving everybody a chance to see what love and hate and hopeful forgiveness and understanding can look like at some point.”

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