It looks like wedding bells are no longer in the future for Candace Cameron Bure’s son, Lev. The 45-year-old former child star recently confessed that 21-year-old Lev is no longer engaged to his fiancée, Taylor Hutchinson.
“We didn’t make an announcement, but yeah, he’s no longer getting married,” she told Us Weekly. However, she did add that their middle child Lev was doing “great” despite the break up. “It was a mutual decision, so nobody’s upset and heartbroken,” she went on to add.
In August, Lev proposed to Taylor, and Bure excitedly announced the happy news on Instagram. At the time, she wrote, “This mama/mama-in-love can’t wait for wedding planning shenanigans.”
In the wake of the breakup, the post has since been deleted. In addition, any remnants from engagement have vanished from both Lev and Taylor’s Instagram accounts. While his mom kept the details quiet about why they parted ways, fans started wondering about the couple seeing as how Lev last appeared on Taylor’s Instagram in December.
The Hallmark channel star previously spoke with Us about her middle child’s engagement in November 2020. She said, “We love them unconditionally. We will want to be a part of [their] lives, want to be a part of the grandkids’ lives. I don’t want to do anything to rock the boat. I just want to be there to support.”
Candace Cameron Bure Preparing to Release New Collab With QVC
Even though the famous family may not be wedding planning, the former “Fuller House” star stays busy. She’s getting ready to launch her collection for QVC, which comes out later this month.
“I’m so proud of the Candace Cameron Bure clothing line. We’ve been working on it for quite a while and I’m so happy that I get to share it with everyone,” she recently said in an interview. “It’s really based on what I love and my lifestyle, you know, I’m born and raised in LA. I’m a California girl. I love the West Coast. And so, it has a real casual, cozy, comfortable element to it.”
Bure’s size-inclusive line is inspired by her love for the West Coast lifestyle. It includes easy-breezy items that fit with QVC’s mission to provide high-quality, confidence-boosting clothes that come with an affordable price tag.
“When you’re talking about any of the products, particularly clothing, you get to not only see it, but you get to hear about how it feels and what it’s going to look like,” Bure said. “You’re going to see the clothes on different models, different body sizes and shapes. And you get to hear stories and ways to style it. What I love is that QVC really creates connection for people.”