Kathryn Bernardo apologizes to Daniel Padilla, mommy Min
For Kathryn Bernardo, her three words to forever are “I am sorry.” When asked if she has anyone in mind to apologize to, she revealed she wants to say “sorry” to her boyfriend Daniel Padilla and her mother Min.
“For me kasi (it’s because) asking for forgiveness is very important and it’s not easy talaga (really) to do,” Bernardo said on “Tonight with Boy Abunda” yesterday, Dec. 4.
“Feeling natin pag nag-sorry tayo (We think that whenever we say sorry,) it’s a sign of weakness but for me it’s a sign of strength.”
The actress divulged Padilla taught her how to say “sorry.” Apparently, the two had a lot of small fights that turned big because of her inability to admit she was in the wrong. Given the opportunity, she wants to apologize to her boyfriend for not learning the importance of asking for forgiveness sooner.
“Kasi hindi naman pwede yung mag-sosorry ka pero for the sake of just saying sorry,” Bernardo stated. “Dapat mag-sorry ka and then promise you won’t do it again… na wag na natin pag-awayan itong same thing na ‘to.”
(Because it is not right to apologize for the sake of just saying sorry. You should say sorry and then promise you won’t do it again… that you won’t fight about the same thing again.)
Aside from Padilla, Bernardo would like to apologize to her mother.
“Hindi naman ako rin perfect na anak,” Bernardo told Abunda. “Madalas ako yung sakit sa ulo din ni mama.”
(I am not a perfect child. More often than not, I am the cause of my mom’s headaches.)
Their disagreements often centered around Min not wanting Bernardo to commit mistakes. The young actress admitted that her mother gets so stressed whenever they would argue.
Bernardo also shared that unlike other mothers, Min is open to the idea of her daughter marrying someday: Min said Bernardo can tie the knot when she is 25 or 26 years old. Kate Matriano/NVG
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