Remember The Lady Who Acted as 'Yna' in "The Promise"? See Her Pictures
By Charlesayor | self meida writer
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Remember the lady who acted the popular love story series "The Promise" (Pangako Sa Yo) Yna, Kathryn Bernardo with Angelo (Daniel Padilla).
She was one of the main characters in (Pangako Sa Yo), Pangako Sa Yo earned her a lot of awards, plaudits from people all over the world for the way she handled her role, she eventually got married to Daniel Padilla, who acted as Angelo in the Promise. isn't that beautiful?.
In this article, we will be taking a look at one of the most talented and beautiful Filipina Actress.
Kathryn Chandria Manuel Bernardo (born March 26, 1996) is a Filipina entertainer. She's well known for her role as Mara in Mara and Clara and Yna in the promise.
Bernardo has been an contract singer of Star Magic and ABS-CBN since 2010 and featured as Ana Bartolome in the 2011 drama film Way Back Home.
Bernardo studied at OB Montessori Center Inc. before her acting debut in 2003. She was self-taught, and as of now goes to Enderun Colleges, Taguig, where she studies Marketing.
Bernardo started acting in 2003, showing up as the young Cielo on ABS-CBN's It Might Be You. In 2006, she handled her first main role in the TV series Super Inggo playing Maya, the love interest of the main character. She at that point kept on playing various roles in different ABS-CBN shows.
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