Despite her hallucinations, Maxie must face the reality that her time with Nathan has been cut short. However, on the upcoming episode of “General Hospital,” Maxie will struggle to say goodbye to the man she thought she would spend the rest of her life with.

When Nathan (Ryan Paevey) was first shot by Faison (Anders Hove), Maxie (Kirsten Storms) truly believed he would pull through because he had so much to live for: their baby, his mother and his sister. But Nathan eventually succumbed to his wound and died at GH.

In a promo for Friday’s episode, viewers get a sneak peek of what they can expect at Nathan’s funeral. In the video, fans get to relive the moment when Faison fired the fatal shot that brought Nathan’s life to an end.

Fans then get glimpses into some of the most special moments in Nathan and Maxie’s relationship as well as the moment when it all came crashing down to a heartbreaking end.

At the funeral, Griffin (Matt Cohen), Robin (Kimberly McCullough), Anna (Finola Hughes) and other Port Charles residents will be on hand to pay their respects to Nathan.

At the service, Maxie appears to be surrounded by loved ones and receives an immense amount of support. However, at the end of the video, she tearfully sits alone with Nathan’s casket and is heard asking, “How do I say goodbye?”

While Nathan was still alive in the hospital, he and Maxie spoke about their baby, and she revealed she hoped the baby turned out like him because he was kind whereas she came across as unapproachable.

After feeling their baby move in her stomach and declaring his love for her, Nathan flatlined and never recovered.

Following his death, Maxie returned to their apartment to get some sleep and woke up to find Nathan lying beside her. Believing it was a reality, she told him about her awful dream where he died, but Nathan assured her he would never leave her and the baby alone.

When the two attempted to share a kiss, Maxie woke up from her dream to realize her new reality would be raising her baby without its father and planning her husband’s funeral.

“General Hospital” airs weekdays at 3 p.m. EST on ABC.