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Is Eileen Davidson Returning Full-Time To 'The Young & The Restless'?

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Aug. 13 2019, Updated 7:27 p.m. ET

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Eileen Davidson has made numerous guest appearances on The Young & The Restless over the past couple of months. Does this mean that the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star will be returning full-time as her Emmy-winning character Ashley Abbott in the near future?

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Eileen's character Ashley has been sparring with her brother Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) over their family business Jabot and who will have control over it.

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Things took a turn for the better between them recently when they realized they were better as partners than enemies.

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Eileen, 60, has continued with that storyline for months.

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She also returned for several episodes following the death of Y&R star Kristoff St. John in April. He died on Sunday, April 2, at the age of 52.

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Do her frequent guest appearances mean that Ashley will be back full-time on Y&R?

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That answer is a big no, according to Daily Soap Dish. The mother-of-one has made it clear that she likes to pop in and out of Genoa City every once in a while without having to make a full-time commitment.

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Other acting opportunities have come her way recently. She's currently promoting the upcoming flick 7 Days to Vegas that costars her hunky husband Vincent Van Patten.

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Do you want Eileen back on Y&R full-time? Sound off in the comments! 

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