Kathryn’s royal style evolution
Kathryn Bernardo has gone from tweetums child star and quintessential teenybopper to becoming this generation’s Teen Queen. See how her style has transformed through the years as we recap the looks of her most notable characters.

Whether as part of the second most famous ship (ship is short for romantic relationship, a term popularized by fan fiction) in the world (based on number of times the ship was tagged in a Wattpad story; the list was published by New York Magazine as part of their fanfiction guide or as one of the most, if not the most, followed and idolized young female actresses today, there’s no denying that Kathryn Bernardo is a force to reckon with in more ways than one. Besides her acting mettle, one thing that makes her stand out is her strong sense of self and impeccable personal style—so just in time for the premiere of “Pangako Sa’Yo” on primetime, let’s take a look at how this stunner’s style has changed from then ‘til now:

Kathryn, the Child Star


Kathryn in Super Inggo

Kathryn’s first ever primetime stint was in the John Lloyd Cruz-Bea Alonzo starrer It Might Be You, where she played the young Cielo San Carlos (Bea’s character). This was followed by other flashback and supporting roles: Bulinggit in Krystala, young Carina Mojica dela Cerna in Vietnam Rose, young Mimi Sandoval in Gulong ng Palad, young Mayumi Burgos in Prinsesa ng Banyera, and young Agua and Bendita Cristi in Komiks Presents: Agua Bendita, among others, with her most notable being her portrayal of the young Victoria Valera (played by Gretchen Barretto) in the fashionserye Magkaribal. Kathryn’s looks in these shows were of the typical sweet young child, which were perfect reflections of her real life ethereal demeanor. The character that allowed her to go crazy with fasyon little girl outfits, clips, and accessories was that of Maya Guevarra in Super Inggo. Maya was an outgoing lass who loved dressing up, sometimes a bit too much for her age.

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