The DAYS spoilers for Monday, July 12, 2021, tease a request made to an expert snooper, the interruption of an intimate moment, and preparations underway for a surprise proposal.
DAYS Spoilers Highlights
Jack Deveraux (Matthew Ashford) has got a sneaking suspicion that his daughter, Gwen Rizczech (Emily O’Brien), and Xander Cook (Paul Telfer) are hiding something…and he asks his brother, P.I. extraordinaire Steve Johnson (Stephen Nichols) to do some investigating.
Meanwhile, Xander and Gwen are busy getting up to some shenanigans – of the intimate kind! It’s just too bad that ole fusspot Julie Williams (Susan Seaforth Hayes) hates to see anyone besides herself and hubby Doug Williams (Billy Hayes) enjoying each other’s company on precious Grandmother Alice’s sofa.
DOOL Spoilers: Wedding Fever
DAYS spoilers reveal that Bonnie Lockhart (Judi Evans) takes Kayla Brady Johnson (Mary Beth Evans) into her confidence and admits that she’s planning to propose to Justin Kiriakis (Wally Kurth) – a development that takes the good doctor by surprise. But will she support Bonnie’s plan? And what will she make of the request for her to serve as Bonnie’s maid of honor? Oh, Bonnie, are you getting ahead of yourself here?
Days of our Lives Spoilers: Great Minds Think Alike
With Ciara Brady Weston (Victoria Konefal) still insisting on finalizing their divorce, Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson) realizes he may need to face facts and prepare for the inevitable. So he turns to Justin and asks him to serve as his legal counsel. Much to his chagrin, Ben will learn that Ciara has the exact same plan – which puts Justin in quite the pickle.
He’s Ciara’s kin, after all; and he’s previously represented Ben, so it’s not as though he can easily turn down either party without ruffling some feathers. Not only that, he knows how much in love these two crazy kids were, so seeing this happen to them can’t be easy. What will Justin ultimately decide to do?
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