Candace Cameron Bure’s Daughter Opens Up About Mother’s Viral PDA Moment

by Josh Lanier

Natasha Bure didn’t mind when her parents shared a steamy photo to Instagram last year. But she wants her mom to stop talking to reporters about her sex life. Candace Cameron-Bure received backlash last year after she posted a photo to Instagram that showed her husband with his hand on her breast. Natasha didn’t mind it. She was just happy to see her dad in a photo.

“I thought it was hysterical. My dad never takes photos with anybody in our family. I think any photo that he’s in is a 10 out of 10,” she told Us Weekly. “I was laughing. He’s such a private person. He’s the opposite of my mom and I in that we, like, probably overshare on the internet. When he does come online, he’s a crackup and a hoot. He’s honestly hilarious.”

Natasha Bure is following in her mom’s footsteps in the entertainment industry. She appeared in Home Sweet Home Alone and is working on several Hallmark films like Candace Cameron Bure. But unlike her mom, she likes to keep her private life private. The former Fuller House star discusses her sex life with her husband on social media. Natasha would prefer if she didn’t, but to be safe she blocked her mom on Instagram. All of her children have her blocked.

“I don’t know why my kids block me on their stories because I still see them on my other work Instagram accounts,” she said in an Instagram video. “Thanks for blocking Mom.”

Some fans also want her to stop being so open. She caught flak for posting the photo of Valerie Bure with his hand on her chest. Candace Cameron Bure thinks people should celebrate when a couple married 25 years still show each other that kind of affection.

“He can touch me any time he wants, and I hope he does,” she said. “This is what a healthy, good marriage and relationship is all about.”

Candace Cameron Bure on the Pressure of Making Hallmark Movies

Candace Cameron Bure is becoming the queen of Christmas. She recently finished another Hallmark Christmas movie called The Christmas Contest. But she admits that she considered leaving the genre because of the pressure.

“I did feel an immense amount of pressure [last year] as every movie does well in the ratings,” the 45-year-old actress told Us Weekly. “I make them because I love them. And I know that the viewers that watch them really love them, and they mean something to them. I always try to make it the best that I can, but I let the pressure go last year.”

She said she now focuses on what she can control and leaves the rest up to God.

“It made making this one that much better because I just enjoyed it,” she added. “And, you know, I’m trying not to think about all the other markers. Let it be what it is and enjoy it.”