| Valentin Cassadine and |
| James Patrick Stuart and Michelle Stafford as |
Valentin Cassadine and Nina Reeves
|Marriage/relationship dates|| 2016 (lovers)|
Dec 31, 2016 - Oct 2, 2018 (married)
Dec 19, 2018 - Present (lovers)
|Age at wedding or meeting|| Valentin (40)|
|Couple residence|| Wyndemere Castle|
Port Charles, New York
The role of Valentin was originated by actor James Patrick Stuart on July 11, 2016.
The role of Nina was originated by veteran soap actress, Michelle Stafford on May 1, 2014.
Valentin is the previously unknown and unseen son of the late Prince Mikkos Cassadine and an unknown mistress. He is the father of Charlotte Cassadine with Lulu Spencer-Falconeri, who was born via surrogate.
Nina is the daughter of the late, Mr. Reeves and his widow, the late socialite, Madeline Reeves. On August 20, 2018, it was revealed that Nina's baby with Silas wasn't miscarried and that she gave birth to a girl and that Nina's mother Madeline put her up for adoption. This means Nina is the mother of a girl in her mid 20s.
As of October 2018, they are divorced.
Valentin and Nina met at the Metro Court Hotel on August 2, 2016, with him using the alias Theo Hart. They talk for awhile and then sleep together.
After finding out Theo is Valentin Cassadine, she turns into the cops.
Nina has threatened Valentin twice with a divorce and the second time around she is very serious.
Valentin and Nina were married on December 29, 2016 (New Years Eve on the show).
- ↑ Madeline put Nina in a coma because her husband left all of the money in his will to Nina. Which would mean he's dead as Nina inherited the money.
- ↑ On August 28, 2018, Nina received a call from Pentonville that revealed Madeline was dead … http://soaps.sheknows.com/general-hospital/recaps/27425/the-identity-of-the-patient-in-ferncliff-is-revealed
- ↑ Revealed on November 9, 2016 ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbKWa2lGtPg
- ↑ On December 9, 2016, Valentin confirmed that Lulu is Charlotte's mother and on December 12, 2016 he explains how Helena orchestrated the whole thing.