But after “washing their dirty linen in public,” she’s now hoping the feud will finally come to an end.
“Yung pamilyang Sotto, I miss them so much…”
And in her own little way, she has been making attempts to “reach out.”
Whenever Sharon has a comment on her Tita’s portrayal in Walang Hanggan, she would text Richard Gomez—who’s also part of the TV series—and ask him, “Ipabasa mo [kay Tita].”
She said, “Wala na yun sa akin. Sana tapos na. Sana sinabunutan na lang niya ako…
“E, hurt pa, e. Hurt siya.”
Her defense: “Nag-asawa lang ako ng politician…
“Yun lang naman, I think that’s understandable. Alangan namang iwanan ko si Kiko.
"Yun lang naman yun. Siyempre tatay ng mga anak ko yun…”
Politics also caused her falling out with Susan Roces, the wife of the late Fernando Poe, Jr., who ran for the country's highest office in 2004.
Before the latter’s death, it was a good thing she had a heart-to-heart with him, explaining why she was not able to support his bid for the presidency.
“I wanted to help you, buntis ako kay Miel [youngest daughter]…”
Then crying once again, she said, “And I felt so bad kasi kung puwede lang, ipinagkampanya ko si FPJ… siya dapat naging Presidente.”
To date, she and Susan are not on speaking terms.
But she has expressed her desire to make peace.