Candace Cameron Bure is an American actress and talk show panelist. She is known for portraying D.J. Tanner on Full House and its sequel series Fuller House, and a number of roles in Hallmark Channel original productions—including the title character in their adaptations of the Aurora Teagarden novel series.
Candace Cameron Bure Children
Candace Cameron Bure has three children with her husband, former hockey player Valeri Bure. The couple welcomed their first daughter, Natasha, in 1998, followed by their sons Lev in 2000 and Maksim in 2002.
Natasha Bure is the eldest child of Candace and Valeri Bure. She is an actress and singer, and has appeared in several of her mother’s projects, including Fuller House, Switched for Christmas, and The Heart of Christmas. She also competed in season 11 of The Voice.
Lev Bure is the middle child of Candace and Valeri Bure. He is a hockey player, and played for the University of Denver for four years. He is currently playing for the Florida Everblades of the ECHL.
Maksim Bure is the youngest child of Candace and Valeri Bure. He is a hockey player, and played for the University of Denver for two years. He is currently playing for the University of Vermont.
Candace Cameron Bure is a proud mother of three, and often shares photos and videos of her children on social media. She has spoken openly about her parenting style, and says that she is committed to raising her children in a loving and supportive environment.
In an interview with People magazine, Candace said, “I want my kids to know that they are loved unconditionally, and that they can always come to me for anything. I want them to be kind, compassionate, and responsible adults.”
Candace Cameron Bure is an inspiration to many, and her children are lucky to have her as their mother.