The Bold and the Beautiful’s Hope Logan Spencer has talked about moving out due to the tension caused by her wanting to have a relationship with her birth father Deacon Sharpe. Ridge Forrester has suggested she move out and get her own place. So far, it hasn’t happened.
The Bold and the Beautiful Home Sweet Cabin
Hope (Annika Noelle) and Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) have lived in Brooke’s guest cabin for years. Moving out would allow Hope to have a relationship with her dad, Deacon, without interference from Ridge. Should she and Liam pack up and go? Soap Hub posed this question to B&B fans.
Hope and Liam’s family has grown a lot over the last few years. The couple welcomed (finally!) baby Beth into their home and Hope has custody of little Douglas Forrester (Henry Joseph Samiri) whom she shares with Thomas (Matthew Atkinson). The cabin isn’t exactly the Forrester mansion in terms of space. That’s why 82% of you feel that Hope and Liam and Beth and Douglas need to move into their own (bigger) home!
The Bold and the Beautiful Timing Is Everything
Some of you, about 9%, feel that yes, Hope and Liam and the kids should move to a bigger place but not right now. They should wait until the kids are a little bigger. We’re not sure how spacious the cabin is upstairs but we’re assuming everyone has their own bedroom. Who knows? Someday Hope may have another child. It’ll definitely be time to get more room if and when that happens.
Another 9% believe that now is not the time for Hope to leave the cabin. It may not be big enough for Hope and her family, but Brooke needs her daughter these days. She’s fearful that Ridge will find out she had a New Year’s Eve kiss with Deacon. If and when that happens, Brooke’s likely going to need her daughter’s support more than ever.
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