Days of Our Lives spoilers reveal that Nicole Walker is about to have a huge victory. Nicole, who has been fighting for her right to raise her daughter, Holly, will finally get a lucky break. It looks like Nicole is about to get little Holly back for good.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Nicole Walker has been battling Chloe Lane for custody of Holly for months. Now, the two are going to work out their differences, and Chloe is reportedly going to have a huge change of heart when it comes to returning the baby back to her biological mother.
Days of Our Lives viewers have watched as Chloe started to rethink her position on keeping baby Holly. Chloe will soon come to the realization that she’s made a mistake and will sign custody of the little girl back over to Nicole, her biological mother. Chloe will be forced to say a very emotional goodbye to Holly as she gives her back to Nicole, but she will feel like she has done what is best for the child, and then she will make another big decision to leave Salem and take her son, Parker, back to New York City.
The report reveals that Chloe will be absent from Salem for the foreseeable future. However, actress Nadia Bjorlin could likely return at any time. Chloe is a character Days of Our Lives fans have gotten used to coming in and out of Salem, and with Nicole soon to be gone as well, Chloe’s departure could open the door for Nicole’s exit.
— Days of our Lives (@nbcdays) June 14, 2017
Days of Our Lives fans know that Nicole will be leaving the show this fall, and there is a possibility that the character will leave Salem to head to New York with Chloe. Nicole and Chloe have been good friends for years, and now their children are siblings as they share the same father, the late Dr. Daniel Jonas. It’s possible that Nicole will want Holly to grow up alongside her big brother, Parker.
— Days of our Lives (@nbcdays) May 31, 2017
What are your thoughts on the latest Days of Our Lives spoilers and news? Are you glad Nicole is finally getting Holly back for good?
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