Candace Cameron Bure was a glamourous lady in red as she headed out for week two of wedding season. The Fuller House star wore a chic gown, and she looked absolutely stunning.
For a fashionista like Candace Cameron Bure, Christmas isn’t the most wonderful time of the year—wedding season is. And the actress has a calendar that’s chock full of ceremonies this fall.
Last Saturday, Candace marked the start of the season while wearing a formal red sweater dress. Today, she headed out to watch a second couple say “I do.” And she chose another red dress for the occasion. But before leaving, she snapped a few photos and posted them on Instagram.
“Wedding season and I am HERE FOR IT !!!” she captioned. “Mama gets another family pic (minus Maks who’s away at college.)”
In a series of three photos, Candace Cameron Bure wore a long, form-fitting sleeveless gown. The elegant dress showcased gorgeous asymmetrical ruching, and the starlet finished the look with a pair of simple nude open-toed heels.
The rest of the Bure family, aside from Maksim, attended the nuptials with Candace, too. Natasha also wore a red dress that was very similar to her mom’s. Natasha’s dress was also long and form-fitting. But in lieu of ruching, there was a slit that went up to her thigh. And Natasha wore the same shoes as Candace.
Lev and Valeri opted to don dapper suits. Lev’s was navy blue, and his tie matched. Valeri chose a grey suit, and his tie was the same color as his lovely date’s gown.
Candace Cameron Bure Says She Developed ‘PTSD’ While Hosting ‘The View’
On most occasions, Candace Cameron Bure is the picture of optimistic joy. But recently, the star shared that she felt overwhelming stress while hosting The View. And by the end of her stint on the talk show, she suffered from PTSD.
Candace Cameron Bure was a co-host on the political talk show The View for less than a year when she decided to quit and focus on other projects. When the Hallmark actress stepped away from the stage, it seemed premature. But according to an interview with People, Candace had to leave for the sake of her mental health.
“I [have] PTSD. Like, I can feel it. It was so difficult,” she admitted. “And to manage that emotional stress was very, very hard.”
Candace revealed that she was “pressured” into representing conservative views on the talk show. But she often didn’t have a fully formed opinion on the subject matter. And sometimes, she just didn’t want to offer her voice. And walking on stage often made her so stressed that she felt physically ill.
“When I felt like I was going into a show that I didn’t have a clear opinion about or it was something that I was legitimately nervous to talk about, I would just get sick to my stomach.”