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Will Daniel and Kathryn let go of each other?

Is it the end of the road for Yna and Angelo’s love in Pangako Sa ‘Yo?

The test of true love has begun in the top-rating primetime series as Yna (Kathryn Bernardo) finally decided to let go of Angelo (Daniel Padilla) after he met an accident while following her.  But as she tries to forget about Punta Verde and Angelo, Yna will find it hard to start her life anew despite the efforts of David (Diego Loyzaga) to make her smile.

Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo play the lead roles Angelo and Yna in Pangako Sa 'Yo

After the accident, Angelo sees Yna and Diego together, which angers him. Convinced that Yna has already forgotten him, will Angelo finally find the courage to let go of Yna?

Also not to be missed are the exciting developments in the tumultuous dynamics among Amor (Jodi Sta. Maria), Eduardo (Ian Veneracion), and Claudia (Angelica Panganiban).

Will Amor finally admit that she still loves Eduardo? And to what lengths would Claudia go to to prevent her husband and Amor from rekindling their romance?

Yna and Angelo's relationship seems to be near the end

Meanwhile, the program continues to thank its fans for their unwavering support as the cast graces the “One Kapamilya Go” in Oakland, California, USA, held at the Oracle Arena on yesterday. This is the second stop of the Pangako Sa ‘Yo Thanksgiving Tour that kicked off in Biñan, Laguna.

Kathryn and Daniel also recently bonded with fans as they led the launch of the Pangako Sa ‘Yo Promise Wall along Eugenio Lopez Drive in Quezon City on Oct 20. Many KathNiel fans trooped to the event, where the love team put their signed lovelock on the Promise Wall.

Topics: Pangako Sa ‘Yo , Kathryn Bernardo , Daniel Padilla , Yna , Angelo
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