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The Young and The Restless Jeanne Cooper Home From The Hospital!

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Fantastic news today for fans of the one and only daytime legend, Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) of The Young and the Restless!  Cooper who had been hospitalized, and at one time was in critical condition and in the ICU, has bounced back! Today, Jeanne’s son, actor/director Corbin Bernsen, shared the news via his facebook page that his mom is home!

Bernsen posted: “She’s HOME! And as promised, here is a photo of her leaving the hospital… Not the best picture – she was actually a little freaked leaving the safety of the hospital, understandable but as you see in photos to come, that fog lifted the moment she rolled into her house, surrounded by her dogs. So here’s the one I promised, leaving the hospital this morning with Collin, Caren and I by her side. I have plenty more when she arrived home and a special note she wrote to all of us – her first words once home, written, not spoken. So stay tuned, lots of photos to come, but let’s have some fun, share in her joy and journey. I am in your debt forever. I know your prayers have helped my mom, but your kind words and the sheer number of you have held me up through all of this and given me a place to share my concerns, joys and tremendous love and blessings. You are astounding!”

On-Air On-Soaps could not be more thrilled at the progress Jeanne had made and is so relieved that she is home!  We know many of you, like us, are long-time Jeanne fans and your prayers and thoughts we know mean the world to her! So, with that, keep em’ coming! Let Jeanne know how happy you are for her and her family that she has made it home safe and sound!

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Tracey
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Tracey

Another hurdle Ms. Cooper has accomplished, one of many to come. Hopefully now having the comforts of home, ie. her own bed and not having being poked and prodded by hospital personnel every 2 hours will help her obtain the rest she needs. Ms. Cooper’s dog will probably be the best medicine of all. Very glad she is home and fighting the great fight.

Patrick
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Patrick

thats loving and touching.

Jeanne Cooper…

what honesty…. “a lil’ freaked about leaving”. you want to know you’re OK.

home with your PAWS… pets are wonderful support.

it’s all good… you did it.

Corbin… a chip off the ole’ block… his personality is yours.

CINDY BISCORNER-MEAD
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CINDY BISCORNER-MEAD

Such awesome ery happy to hear that the fabulous Mrs. “C” is back at home where she belongs 🙂 Thank God…there is definately power in prayer!!! Love you Jeanne ((Hugs))!!!!

CINDY BISCORNER-MEAD
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CINDY BISCORNER-MEAD

I don’t know what happened, but my fisrt words should have sai….. So awesome and very happy to hear the fabulous Mrs. “C” is back home where she belongs!!! Have missed you so much 🙂 <3

Lisa J.
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Lisa J.

I am so thrilled that she is well enough to go home! I wish her continued recuperation and I hope she gets all well and gets to come back to work. God Bless her and her family!

Julie Briggs
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Julie Briggs

If she is as tough as Catherine Chancellor she will be fine.. Cat with nine lives. Nice to see you on the mend. xx

Bette
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Bette

Wonderful news that you went home! “There’s no place like home….!” Be well! XO 🙂

Rodd
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Rodd

So happy for all concerned! Praying she continues to get better and regain her strength.

Nancy
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Nancy

Happy to hear Ms.Cooper is on the mend take care . God Bless and continue to get better.

heidi
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heidi

Fabulous news!!! So glad she is better and at home!!! Keep getting better and better!!!

Derrick
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Derrick

Great news. Now let’s hope she returns back to work!

Linda ABC
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Linda ABC

So glad to hear this! God Bless You!

Mary SF
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Mary SF

Wishing her nothing but the best as she continues on her road to recovery. I am so glad her son found strength in the well wishes from her fans. Sometimes social media can be used for good– looking forward to the updates— she is one classy dame, glad she is on the mend.

Dawn D
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Dawn D

I wish Jeanne to get stronger everyday and prayers to her and her family. These times are when we all should really see how blessed we are everyday.

rosa younger
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rosa younger

watched this lady for 40 yrs. get well soon and hope to see her back on show

Ella D
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Ella D

So glad youare home to continue onyour road to full recovery. Your four legged friend will be there to urge you back to your old self. Blessings and prayers for continued recovery.

JUDY KLOSTERMAN
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JUDY KLOSTERMAN

THIS IS TRULY WONDERFUL NEWS……I am praying for your full recovery. Please relax,enjoy your dogs, and try to do what you are told……You are truly a great inspiration to many people……MRS C…WE ALL LOVE YOU AND FEEL LIKE FAMILY!!

ricardo
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ricardo

jeanne cooper i am so happy that you are out of the hospital. rest at home and get well mrs c. we all want you back on the young and the restless.

claudiakurzyna
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claudiakurzyna

This is such wonderful news. I am so glad that she has come home from the hospital.

Margot
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Margot

So happy to learn that you are finally out of the hospital and home. Take care and get well soon. Looking forward to seeing you on Y&R back where you belong.

Mo
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Mo

YAY!

pat morgan
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pat morgan

So glad you.re feeling better. Don.t rush things. We.ll all be waiting for your return. you’re the best.

Charday
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Charday

Best wishes for a speedy recovery!! Love that Cooper!

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