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Candace Cameron Bure Is a Happy ‘Mama’ in Sweet Family Photo

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 21: Candace Cameron Bure seen out after voting on October 21, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rachpoot/MEGA/GC Images)

Candace Cameron Bure just posted a sweet family photo on her Instagram. Known for her role as D.J Tanner on Full House, Bure has gone on to be a producer, talk show panelist, and author.

She most recently made waves when she was a panelist on The View in 2015 through 2016. She married her husband Valeri Bure in 1996 and has three kids, Natasha, Lev, and Maksim.

“Just copy and paste [family emoji]. So much family time I can’t handle it!!! This mama is SO happy,” she wrote in the post.

Fans of hers took to the comments to compliment Bure and her family.

“The mini me’s , your beautiful children look just like you two,” one fan wrote.

“Such a beautiful family. Sending blessings to all of you,” another person said.

“The mini me’s , your beautiful children look just like you two,” one fan wrote.

Others commented that on top of being fans of Candace’s, they are fans of Natasha’s. Natasha has worked on multiple projects in the entertainment industry. She’s written multiple books, been in Hallmark movies, and even was on The Voice.

Candace Cameron Bure recently Opened up About her Experience on ‘The View’

Candace Cameron Bure is also known for her appearance as a panelist on The View. But according to her, it was not a good experience and she was not prepared to talk politics. While The View is definitely seen as a political show, it wasn’t pitched to her like that at all. Thinking she’d have an opportunity to talk about lighthearted topics she was familiar with, she jumped at the opportunity.

Producers pitched to Bure that they’d cover lighthearted topics she was knowledgeable on. But Bure didn’t prepare for the political talk when Donald Trump entered the presidential race in 2015.

“I said, ‘Politics is not, it’s not my bag. I’ve never spoken publicly about politics. I don’t even come from a political family, meaning I didn’t grow up speaking about politics,’” she said in a recent conversation with The View: Behind the Table . “So they had told me, ‘We’re going so much lighter,’ a lot more would be evergreen. We want to talk more about family and sex and life, so I was like, ‘Absolutely, 100 percent, I’m on board.’ And then it all changed when Trump entered the race.”

Another former personality on The View, Raven Symone, also expressed discomfort with her time on the show, saying it was pitched to her the same way it was pitched to Candace: as a fun opportunity to talk about style, culture and lighter topics.

Bure quickly left The View in 2016. Symone is also no longer on the program. The current panelists on the show are longtime panelist Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Ana Navarro. The show is currently looking for a replacement for conservative panelist Meghan McCain, who left the show this summer.