- Miles Ocampo was interviewed in Tonight With Boy Abunda
- Just like Kathryn Bernardo, Miles was asked about the friendship that they had before
- The Kapamilya actress has given an honest answer towards the issue
Miles Ocampo has admitted that she got hurt when she and Kathryn Bernardo were no longer close.
It can be remembered that Kathryn answered the same question and she stated that growing up separately diminished their closeness.
While Miles has given an indirect yet cryptic answer. According to the young actress, she just woke up one day and everything has changed.
She also added that she was extremely clueless about why it happened which really pains her.
"Siguro nga yun yung nangyari na nag-grow na lang kami separately. Mahirap kasi, Tito Boy, na magigising ka na lang na wala na lahat. Nagising ka one day na bini-blame mo na yung sarili mo na hindi mo naman alam kung ano, hindi mo naman alam kung paano nangyari yun," she stated.
The former LUV U star also revealed that there were times that it made her cry.
“Dumating ako sa point na iniiyakan ko siya, Tito Boy. Every time na naalala ko affected pa rin ako, Tito Boy. Every time na may nababasa ako, na sinasabi nila about our friendship affected pa rin ako," she added.
Her answer became shadier when she mentioned about closure in all relationships.
“I guess Tito Boy, sa kahit anong relasyon mawawala lang yung pain kapag nagkaroon kayo ng closure kasi yung closure na yun hindi lang para matapos lahat, but to give yourself time to heal."
On the other hand, she clarified that they are okay now and everything is fine between them.
"Sobrang okay kami ni Kath, every time na mine-messsage ko siya, sasagot nman siya," she confirmed.
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In a previous report by KAMI, netizens have speculations linking Miles Ocampo with McCoy De Leon.
Miles Ocampo, or Camille Tan Hojilla in real life, is a Filipina actress and commercial endorser who was born on May 1, 1997.
She gained popularity after being part of the kiddie gag show, “Goin’ Bulilit.”
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