The actress spoke with her mother Yolanda Miranda in a Mexico City hearing; Thalía's mom assures that they are a "happy family"
Although Laura Zapata said there was no possibility of ever having a relationship with her mother Yolanda Miranda again, this Wednesday, the actress spoke with Miranda, signaling the possibility for a reconciliation within the Sodi family.
According to the Mexican daily El Universal, they encountered each other at a hearing in Mexico City, where the actress, 51, has filed a lawsuit against an architect who is responsible for alleged damages to her home.
According to sources, her and her mother spoke for a few minutes before teh hearing. After the discussion, Miranda, who is also Thalía’s mother, declared to the press that they are a “very happy family.”
This brief encounter could mean that Miranda is trying to reconcile with her daughters Laura, Thalía, and Ernestina Sodi, ending years of family quarreling and resentment.