Candace Cameron Bure was rocking green in a photo she posted Wednesday on Instagram. But she still gave her followers permission to do this sassy St. Patrick’s Day trick to her.
Cameron Bure wore a green sweater and a pair of jeans in the photo she posted. So she had the color green checked in the holiday tradition box. Still, she wrote:
“You can still pinch me 😉🍀 God is good. All the time.”
OK, don’t really pinch the actress, wife and mother of three. Just do it in theory. Fun fact. Want to know why people wear green on St. Patrick’s Day? It keeps you invisible from those devious, prone-to-pinching leprechauns.
Cameron Bure tries to have a ton of fun, green or otherwise, with her 4.8 million Instagram followers. She also shares what’s going on in her busy life.
Earlier in the week, she was hyping her new Hallmark movie — Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: How To Con A Con. Cameron Bure plays Aurora Teagarden in the series of movies adapted from the books written by Charlain Harris. Cameron Bure is a librarian in the small Washington town. She also runs the Real Murders Club.
On The Call to Mastery podcast, Cameron Bure discussed the anxiety she feels about her Hallmark movies. She’s one of the network’s most popular stars, with her movies running on both Hallmark and the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries channels.
“On the flip side, I worry all the time about my movies,” Cameron Bure explained. “I actually got sick to my stomach on this last Christmas movie that aired in November because I’ve created an anxiety for myself. My movies have been the top-performing movie seven years in a row. And you know, one day you’re going to slide off that pedestal.”
She added: “I had to remind myself of my why and then let it go and just say, ‘You know what, it doesn’t matter what those ratings are.”
Overall, Cameron Bure has starred in 26 movies for Hallmark.
Cameron Bure, 44, has worked as an actress since she was D.J. Tanner on the 1990s classic series, Full House.
Her fans loved her St. Patrick’s Day pinch post. By late Wednesday afternoon, more than 53,000 people checked like on the post.
And there were comments.
One fan wrote: “Well, I mean green is my favorite color.” Another asked if she pinched her “what would you do to me.”
Still another said: “Gorgeous, God Bless you.”
But if you’re a leprechaun, please don’t pinch.