Eva Cariño, the mother of actors Robin Padilla and BB Gandanghari, has revealed details of her sons’ reconciliation on the July 7 episode of weekly talk show The Buzz.

According to Mrs. Cariño, she immediately called Robin and the rest of her children to visit BB, whom she brought to the hospital after finding out that she was very sick.

Tinawagan ko ang mga kapatid niya. Sina Robin, sina Rommel, sina Royett… lahat. Dumating, kumpleto,” she was quoted as saying in an article on ABS-CBNNews.com.Pagdating ni Robin, ‘O sister! Kumusta ka na?’ Iyon ang bati namin sa kanya. Nangiti si BB, tapos ang mga kapatid niyang babae, ano rin, ‘Ate! Sister!’ Ibig sabihin, tanggap na siya as BB. Hanggang sa araw-araw naming dinalaw (I called his siblings: Robin, Rommel, Royett… everyone. They all came. When Robin arrived, he greeted BB, ‘O sister! How are you?’ BB was smiling, and his sisters also called him “Ate! Sister!’ It means that we have already accepted her as BB. We would visit her every day.).”

Mrs. Cariño added that the incident also allowed BB to be closer to Robin’s son, Ali. Robin had recently posted a photo of his son boxing with his sibling on his Instagram account, where he also referred to BB as his sister publicly for the first time.

Masayang-masaya ako. Halos hindi ako makapagsalita. Mabuti naman na nagkasakit siya, para nagkasundo na sila,” Mrs. Cariño continued. "Robin, lahat kayong magkakapatid, salamat sa pagtanggap niyo kay BB. Napasaya niyo ako. Matagal kong tiniis na hindi kayo nagkakasundo. Ngayon, masayang-masaya na ako (I’m so happy, I almost can’t express myself. It’s good that BB's sickness became a way for them to reconcile. Robin, thank you for accepting BB. You made me so happy. I suffered for a long time because you didn’t get along. Now, I’m very happy.).”

(Photos courtesy of PEP.ph)

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