General Hospital's Nancy Lee Grahn to wed
Posted Monday, December 30, 2019 2:41:03 AM
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General Hospital's Nancy Lee Grahn is kissing and telling. The two-time Emmy winner took to social media to announce that she's getting married.

A big congratulations goes out to General Hospital's Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis). The Emmy-winning actress is getting married!

Grahn took to Instagram over the weekend to share a photo with her fiancé. Grahn captioned the photo, "With my soon to be husband in his hometown, Eugene Oregon, right in the spot where he got his 1st kiss."

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With my soon to be husband in his hometown, Eugene Oregon, right in the spot where he got his 1st kiss. ?? #CircleofLove

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Grahn doesn't typically discuss her personal life on social media and only refers to her fiancé — as "my love." She has shared bits and pieces about her off-screen life from time to time, including that her husband-to-be is a musician and apparently has great taste in jewelry. "[The] necklace I wear every day on GH was his Valentine's gift [to me]," Grahn said of the piece of jewelry.

Grahn joined the cast of General Hospital in November 1996. She previously appeared on Santa Barbara and One Life to Live. Grahn has won two Outstanding Supporting Actress Daytime Emmys -- as Santa Barbara's Julia Capwell in 1989 and for her GH role in 2012. She is set to release a tell-all memoir about her time in daytime sometime next year.

No wedding date has been announced. This will be Grahn's first marriage.

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