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Princess Sarah and Becky Reunite and Yes, They Peeled Potatoes

'Baka magalit si Miss Minchin!'
by Arianne Merez
11 hours ago
Photo/s: Screenshot from Camille Prats Yambao's Youtube Channel

In a reunion made for 90s kids,  Camille Prats and Angelica Panganiban peeled and cooked potatoes, reminiscent of their iconic childhood characters in "Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa".

Now in their 30s, the two actresses who were shot to fame with their roles as "Princess Sarah" and the pauper maid "Becky", reunited for a cooking vlog in Prats' channel.

"Grabe ang trending nito, Nagsama 'yung dalawa tapos nagbalat lang ng patatas," a glowing pregnant Panganiban said.

"Diyos ko baka magalit sa atin si Miss Minchin kailangan talaga maayos ang pagtatalop natin ng patatas," she joked while peeling potatoes.

In the 1995 film, Prats plays a princess who was forced into servitude in a boarding school where she befriends Panganiban's character. The two are often abused by Jean Garcia's character Miss Minchin, requiring them to peel potatoes and clean the school grounds.

While peeling and chopping potatoes, Prats and Panganiban reminisced about their childhood together and spoke of their fondest memories, with Panganiban even revealing that she wasn't supposed to play "Becky."

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According to Panganiban, it just so happened that she knew the lines of the character. Prats, for her part, revealed that contrary to public assumption, "Sarah... Ang Munting Prinsesa" is not her favorite project with Panganiban.

"Mas paborito ko yung 'Ang Pulubi at ang Prinsesa' kaysa Princess Sarah," Prats said.

The two also discussed their insecurities growing up in front of the camera and how their friendship has survived the test of time.

"Almost all the projects, we've been together," Prats said.

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