Primetime Legend’s Granddaughter Punches In at Bold & Beautiful’s Forrester Creations
Will this Forrester employee be convinced to act as a mole for [Spoiler]?
Bold & Beautiful fans who have been watching for more than five years may recall a certain batch of interns that began working at Forrester Creations back in 2015. Among them was Zende (then Rome Flynn), Nicole (Reign Edwards), and a young woman named Charlotte who was involved in a bit of a scandal.
As it turns out, Charlotte, played by Camelia Somers, granddaughter of primetime legend Suzanne Somers of Three’s Company fame, is set to return to our screens. We can’t help but think it’s interesting timing given the state of things at Forrester at the moment.
For those who need a refresher on the storyline Charlotte was involved in, let’s just say all roads lead back to Thomas (then Pierson Fode) — who just happens to be persona non grata at the fashion house at the present time.
The beautiful intern developed a crush on the handsome designer, and Thomas decided to date Charlotte despite there being a rule at Forrester Creations against non-interns dating interns. As one might expect, this came back to bite him.
Ridge discovered that Thomas was sleeping with Charlotte when he walked in on them together at the Forrester mansion, and father and son got into a confrontation that ended with the elder Forrester calling his son a “spoiled brat” and Thomas punching his dad! For context, they were already at each other’s throats because Ridge had found out about Thomas’ questionable one-night stand with his love, Caroline.
So, we have to wonder if Thomas, now on the outs with his family both personally and professionally, will call on his former flame to be his eyes and ears at Forrester Creations as he tries to work his way back into the fold via Hope’s fashion line. Or perhaps they’ll start dating again.
Either way, we’ll soon find out as Charlotte is set to return to Bold & Beautiful in the coming week.
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– Candace Young