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THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL Spoilers: Don’t Miss the Forrester Christmas Party!

Everyone gathers in these THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL spoilers for the annual Forrester holiday party. But will the celebration go off without a hitch or might someone bring some drama as an unwelcome gift?

“Merry Christmas!” Douglas shouts as he opens the door to lead his family into the Forrester mansion. Inside, Carter, Katie, and Brooke all turn to welcome the guests as Pam and Charlie look up from their conversation, likely about the food being served at the bash.

With the entire Forrester clan together for the holidays, Hope expresses to Eric what this means to them all. “Every time we walk through that front door it feels like a warm hug,” she smiles. A grateful Eric replies, “Aw, thank you,” and pulls her in for a kiss on the cheek. 

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Will Finn and Steffy be joining the big family party or have one of their own?CBS

“Love is what Christmas is all about,” Steffy informs Kelly, who then gets a big sandwich kiss from her mommy and daddy. But they’re at home, so are they planning on enjoying a family Christmas alone or will they be joining the Forrester celebration?

 With Donna by his side, Eric is ready to host this year’s gathering, which will naturally include him at the piano for some carol singing later in the evening. “Let’s eat, drink, and be merry!” he cheers happily. From the couch, Brooke adds: “Happy holidays, everybody.”

Everyone seems to be having a wonderful time, but could there still be some drama? It’s not likely Thomas was invited this year after his recent actions, but might he show up anyway and stir the pot? And will things still be awkward between Ridge and Brooke? Check out this tease for the festive week of B&B to come and don’t miss any of it!

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