Candace Cameron Bure’s Daughter Natasha Shares Sweet Throwback Photos for Mother’s Day

Candace Cameron Bure and Natasha Bure

Candace Cameron Bure was showered with love on Mother's Day, with her daughter Natasha Bure sharing rare throwback photos of when Cameron Bure was a young mother.

The 25-year-old posted on her Instagram Stories to mark the holiday, writing, "Happy Mother's Day" with a red heart emoji followed by, "I love you!!!" Natasha shared two photos, with the first showing Cameron Bure sitting barefoot on a step with little Natasha beside her, smiling while holding a bowl of food.

The actress looked youthful, almost as if she walked right off the set of Full House—even though she had Natasha in 1998, a few years after the show ended. Meanwhile, the second picture was from a year or two before the first, with Cameron Bure kissing baby Natasha on the cheek.

Natasha also shared a photo from more recently, with the mother-daughter duo making kissy faces as they posed in jeans and dark tops, their resemblance on full display. Cameron Bure reposted Natasha's update on her Instagram Stories, adding, "LOVE YOU BABY."

Natasha is Cameron Bure's eldest child with husband Valeri Bure, and the couple also has two sons, Lev, 24, and Maksim, 22.

In recent years, Natasha has started following in her mother's footsteps in the entertainment industry, acting in a variety of projects. Last holiday season, the two worked together on the movie A Christmas for the Ages, with Natasha acting and Cameron Bure producing.

In an interview with Fox News, Bure spoke about her daughter's talent, saying, “My daughter is an incredible actress. She really shines in this movie and she also sings. There’s nothing more joyful to a mom or a dad to have your kids in your family business...Natasha is a pro, she’s been in the business a long time."

As for Cameron Bure's acting work, she recently appeared in the 2024 film Unsung Hero, which came out on April 26.

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