A One Life to Live Cramer women reunion: Robin Strasser meets Kristen Alderson's baby

Posted Monday, March 25, 2024 9:49:52 AM
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Aunt Dorian paid a visit to Starr in this heartwarming One Life to Live reunion with a baby on board.

On One Life to Live, the Cramer women stuck together through thick and then, even when they seemed to be on the outs. It's been more than a decade since we've seen them in action, but two recently got together as Robin Strasser paid a visit to her former on-screen niece and met Kristen Alderson's baby for the first time.

Luckily, Alderson allowed us to share in the moment as she took to Instagram to post a beautiful photo of herself, her mom, and a sleeping baby with Strasser and her friend. In the caption she wrote, "Look at who came to visit today! Robin & her bestie John! Robin and I got all misty eyed when she met Kiera today! Robin is such a special person in my life, it means so much to me that we're as close as we are. She's just the best. A great day of laughs & a great brunch spread."

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Alderson gave birth to her first daughter on January 29 after a long labor that resulted in a C-section. She's been sharing Kiera Sky Crousore's life and milestones ever since and recently introduced her baby girl to Brittany Underwood, who played Starr's best friend Langston on OLTL.

Soap fans watched Alderson grow up before our eyes as she began bringing Starr to life in 1998 when she was just six years old. After OLTL ended, she brought the character to Port Charles and General Hospital in 2012.

Strasser is a soap icon who began her soap career on The Secret Storm in 1964 before landing her breakout role as Rachel Davis on Another World in 1967. She brought Dorian Lord to life on One Life to Live off and on from 1979 to 2013. She most recently appeared on Days of our Lives as Vivian Alamain in 2019.

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