Namfon Patcharin still keeps in touch with Art but no longer talks to First
Although they have broken up but “Namfon Patcharin” reveals she and former boyfriend “Art Phasut” still call each other to keep in contact and meet up to eat out. However, any chance for reconciliation will be difficult, because they rather keep the status of siblings who are good to one another. As for her title “Kullasatree Dee Dtaek,” Namfon is not serious about it and thinks it’s something normal that happens every year. Seeing Namfon at “Cool Japan Thailand” event, she discloses this about her relationship with Art…
At this moment, we talk normally like siblings to each other. Asked who ask for the break-up first, it was a discussion between the both of us. We’re both hurt over it, just that I passed the point of heartbreak already.
How is your mental health at this time?
Ok. Honestly P’Art and I still get the chance to see each other through events and go out and eat together. Like I said, we may be split up but we still have good feelings towards one another. We are siblings. We have good feelings towards each other, just that now our relationship status change to brother and sister who have good intentions for each other. If you ask me if I still love him, yes I still do.
Is there any chance for reconciliation?
As of now there’s no chance. We’re good siblings to each other. The elders are not in the middle of this, instead they give only support. Timing is a bit of a problem.
Lately you’re partying more often, are you trying to spite the situation?
No, I’m not partying that much, I’m just seeing friends sometimes.
Have you seen First lately?
No I haven’t seen him. I haven’t talked to him either since the closing of the lakorn. We’re like friends and colleagues.
Let’s ask about your title of “Kullasatree Dee Dtaek” – Good Girl Image Shattered
I feel that it’s a normal thing in the entertainment industry that happens every year. By coincidence my news happens to be occur near the end of the year. It’s alright. But thank you for still using the word “Kullasatree” (gentle-lady or good girl).
Source: Rakdara | January 10, 2014