- Claudine Barretto aired what she feels about the feud between her and her sisters
- The actress revealed that she has undergone depression because of the pandemic
- She also revealed that she has given up hope and that she has stopped praying that her relationship with her siblings would still get fixed and that a generational curse might be the cause
- She admitted though that their parents raised them well and were sent to really good schools
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Claudine Barretto admitted that she underwent depression during the pandemic.
She will be a guest of "Usapang Real Life" with Luchi Cruz-Valdes of TV5 on Oct. 3, and she said during a Zoom meeting that she got depressed and that she also stopped praying that she and her sisters would still get back to good terms.
She aired that perhaps, it was because of the generational curse, which is something Biblical.
Luchi is a Born-again Christian and she may understand what Clau meant. Clau believes that they are still paying the price of whatever it is that their ancestors did before. One of her recent posts was a photo of her with her mom and brother.
Clau mentioned during the Zoom interview that her parents do not deserve how they are today, wherein they're fighting.
Previously, Claudine shared the gifts of groceries that Gretchen sent for her. Many netizens could not help but say, "sana all,' at having such a fantastic sister.
Claudine reacted to a netizen who questioned her about the death of Rico Yan. This came after the actress posted a photo montage of Rico during the latter's death anniversary.
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Claudine Barretto is the sister of Marjorie Barretto and Gretchen Barretto. She is one of the most popular actresses. She was in a relationship with Rico Yan, when she was still younger. Rico died. Later, Clau married Raymart Santiago.
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