by Ronald Constantino
‘SEQUEL’ – Like Highspeed’s item on brothers, the one on sisters has a sequel of sorts.
Let’s start with the colorful and controversial Barretto sisters – Gretchen, Marjorie, and Claudine.
Gretchen isn’t active onscreen, apparently devoting her time and attention to partner Tonyboy Cojuangco and daughter Dominique. Same with Marjorie, now better known as the mother of Julia Barretto. Too bad that Claudine is also inactive. She’s the most accomplished of the Barretto sisters. Think of her films like “Nasaaan Ka Man,” “Dubai,” “Milan.” She was teleserye queen in the ‘90s.
The wonderful daughters of Don Ramon and sisters of Bong Revilla: Andeng (First lady of Antipolo, wife of Mayor Jun Ynares), Rowena, Princess, and Diana.
The Aquino sisters: Kris, Ballsy, Viel, and Pinky. Kris is widely read in social media…and is occupied with her businesses.
How about the Isidro sisters? The gutsy Agot, Tina, and Olive.
MORE SISTERS – Isabelle and Ava, daughters of Gloria Diaz and the late Bong Daza.
Sharmaine Arnaiz and US-based Bunny Paras.
Tacloban Mayor Kring Gonzalez-Romualdez and Ana Margarita, who briefly appeared in movies.
The late Ama Quiambao and Lui Manansala.
Imee Marcos and Irene M. Araneta.
The late Rita Gomez and Cely.
Dindin and Jaja Santiago of volleyball fame.
Kristine and Kathleen Hermosa.
The late Tessie Quintana and Rebecca.
Jackie Forster (mother of Andre and Kobe Paras) and Opalyn and Mickey Ferriols.
Rica and Paula Peralejo.
Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc and Inday Badiday.
Can’t help but pass on this joke. One time, President Marcos complained to Ambassador Nicanor Jimenez about his two daughters. “Nick, what kind of daughter do you have? One is subversive and the other thrash.
Inday was hurt and cried on the shoulder of Douglas Quijano, a dear friend. “Douglas, subversive ba ako?” Enough said.
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