In real-life children often want their parents to butt out of their love lives, but on The Bold and the Beautiful, Steffy Forrester Finnegan, Thomas Forrester, and Hope Logan Spencer can’t seem to stay out of their parents’ romantic lives!
The Bold and the Beautiful Kids ‘R’ Us
Which child is too involved in his or her parents’ love lives? Soap Hub posed this question to B&B fans regarding the whole Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye), Brooke Logan Forrester (Katherine Kelly Lang), Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan), and Taylor Hayes (Krista Allen) quadrangle? Read on to learn the results!
Queen Steffy Forrester
Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) received half of your votes, a bit over 51%, in fact. Ridge’s daughter has been relentless in trying to create a pathway to a reunion between her father and her mother Taylor. Steffy has often said that the Logans always win, which may be a smidge biased. Regardless, her efforts have appeared to have paid off as Ridge has taken off his wedding ring and is spending more time with Taylor.
The Bold and the Beautiful Gatekeeper
Thomas Forrester (Matthew Atkinson) scored about 28% of your vote. The man has a history with Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) given that she accidentally knocked him off the cliff at Steffy’s house. He physically stood between Brooke and Steffy’s house when she wanted to get inside to talk to Ridge. A stymied Brooke was frustrated by Thomas blocking her from talking to her husband.
Hope For Bridge’s Future
Hope (Annika Noelle) earned about 21% of your vote. It’s easy to see why Brooke’s daughter got the least amount of votes. She’s acted as a sounding board for Brooke but she hasn’t tried to do much manipulating. Now that Brooke and Ridge are apart, Hope might get more active in trying to play matchmaker.
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