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LOOK: Kathryn Bernardo look-alike amazes netizens

By: - Content Strategist / @ABayleINQ
/ 02:40 PM February 26, 2018

(L) Patricia Jhoy Egpit Letran and (R) Kathryn Bernardo. Image: Facebook/Patricia Jhoy Egpit Letran, Instagram/@bernardokath

Photos of a Kathryn Bernardo lookalike popped up on social media and netizens were surprised at the striking resemblance.

Facebook user Patricia Jhoy Egpit Letran uploaded a collage of selfies for her profile photo on Feb. 24., which quickly gained the attention of netizens. Comments stated how much Letran looked like the “La Luna Sangre” actress.

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Image: Facebook/Patricia Jhoy Egpit Letran

The post has since garnered over 70,000 likes and reactions, 20,000 shares and 11,000 comments.

Some netizens referred to her as Bernardo’s long lost sister, in reference to the plot of Erich Gonzales’ “Blood Sisters” television series.

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Image: Screengrab of comments from Facebook/Patricia Jhoy Egpit Letran

A few others simply envied Letran for being as pretty as Bernardo.

Image: Screengrab of comments on Facebook/Patricia Jhoy Egpit Letran

Her Facebook profile page states only a few public information — it refers to her as a former student at Silliman University, and a writer at the popular reading and writing community Wattpad. JB

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