Kapamilya Snaps sibling love

Siblings have a bond for life. While they may not always be on good terms, they know that their deep familial connection is meaningful. Despite the issues or the problems they encounter, they can count on each other at the end of the day.

Watch this Kapamilya Snaps video to meet the teleserye siblings with the most heartwarming love for each other.

Mara and Clara from Mara Clara

In the iconic story of Mara Clara, Mara (Judy Ann Santos / Kathryn Bernardo) and Clara (Gladys Reyes / Julia Montes) grew up in different settings because they were separated at birth. Fate eventually comes through and brings these two sisters together. While they did not get along because of their different upbringing, they managed to overcome their dislike for each other and understand where each was coming from. By the time they realized they were sisters, they already made an unbreakable connection.

Jia and Dana from Love Thy Woman

Jia (Kim Chiu) and Dana (Yam Concepcion) had a complicated relationship in Love Thy Woman. They have different mothers but the same father, so they were both constantly vying for his attention. To make things worse, they both fell in love with the same man. A great rivalry ensued and it seemed that there was no fixing their relationship. Fortunately, after a series of hardships and lots of reflection, they realized that they should bury the hatchet and forge a better relationship as sisters.

Ana and Samantha from Asintado

Ana (Julia Montes) and Samantha (Shaina Magdayao) from Asintado were very close sisters when they were young, but got separated and adopted by different parents. When they finally meet again as adults, they do not recognize each other but they do fall in love with the same man, Gael (Paulo Avelino). Definitely, they fought and had misunderstandings but later decided that their sisterhood is stronger than that and chose to be on each other’s sides.

Enzo and Cal from The Good Son

Enzo (Jerome Ponce) and Cal (Nash Aguas) in The Good Son have a number of problems in their family, but no matter what, they have each other. Jerome always makes it a point to be the best kuya to Cal, especially after finding out that Cal is suffering from schizophrenia. When Cal had thought of killing himself, Enzo never left his side and made sure to talk him out of it.

Paco and Domeng from Hanggang Saan

Hanggang Saan’s Paco (Arjo Atayde) and Domeng (Yves Flores) had a difficult life struggling in poverty. They encountered many trials in life and couldn’t help but have disagreements with each other too. Regardless of what they were doing, they both made sure to come through if it was caring for their mother Sonya (Sylvia Sanchez).

Mona and Lisa from Sana Dalawa ang Puso

While many just assumed that Mona and Lisa (both portrayed by Jodi Sta. Maria) were look- a- like in Sana Dalawa ang Puso, many also believed that they were twins even before that speculation was confirmed. Even if the two lived different lives, with Mona being more tomboyish and street-smart and Lisa being more sophisticated and business-focused, they instantly had a connection which is obviously a sisterly bond. They may have a couple of banters from time to time, but when they were helping each other in their situations, they knew exactly what the other needed. 

Kara and Sara from Doble Kara

Kara and Sara (both portrayed by Julia Montes) from Doble Kara were separated when they were kids since Kara was given to someone else to take care of her medical condition. Kara longs to be with her real family again. When she found them, however, it wasn’t a beautiful reconnection that Kara expected as Sara couldn’t help but be jealous of the life Kara got to live compared to hers. This developed into a deep rivalry as more issues and secrets got intertwined in their life. The family drama, however, led them to realize that they could overcome it if they supported each other.

Erika, Carrie, and Agatha from The Blood Sisters

The Blood Sisters Erika, Carrie, and Agatha (all portrayed by Erich Gonzales) all got separated when they were babies so they had no idea they had identical siblings somewhere in the earth. While the three of them live successful lives as adults, their world becomes more complicated as they finally see each other face to face. Their troubling past catches up to them and the three of them team up to be free of the dangerous men who were after them.

The Cardinal brothers from Los Bastardos

While their family dynamics was only revealed later in the story of Los Bastardos, brothers Isagani (Jake Cuenca), Matteo (Marco Gumabao), Lucas (Albie Casiño), Connor (Joshua Colet),  and Joaquin (Diego Loyzaga), Lorenzo (Joseph Marco) had a deep connection with their father. They all also somehow shared an interest for their father’s distillery business which may have caused tension among them. Eventually, they realize that money and business should have no place in their brotherhood.

Mabungas from Pamilya Ko

The Mabungas’ life in Pamilya Ko may get crazy sometimes given that they are a big family, but they definitely have a solid bond. This can especially be seen with they sibling love among Chico (JM de Guzman), Beri (Kiko Estrada), Peachy (Maris Racal), Apol (Kid Yambao), Persi (Jairus Aquino), Lemon (Kira Balinger), Cherry (Mutya Orquia), and Pongky (Raikko Mateo). They all are of different ages and have all their own problems, but they don’t forget to be there when another sibling needs them.

The Alegre siblings from The Greatest Love

Lots of family issues are the cause of tension between The Greatest Love siblings Amanda (Dimples Romana), Andrei (Matt Evans), Paeng (Arron Villaflor), and Lizelle (Andi Eigenmann). For years, the four of them could not get along and always have misunderstandings. This all came to a halt when their mother had Alzhemer’s disease. While it may have been difficult at first, they worked through their differences to be able to take care of their dear mother.

Sibling bonds are truly admirable. Which of these sibling relationships do you love the most?