As a bold woman of God who deflects the Hollywood spotlight from her to Jesus Christ as often as she can, Candace Cameron Bure is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful souls and role models in the celebrity realm.
It’s really hard not to love the Fuller House favorite who stays true to her faith, family and friends through and through. So it’s no surprise that her 41st birthday brought in a wave of b-day wishes, pics and throwbacks that ignited ALL THE FEELS.
To celebrate the actress’ birthday on Thursday, her Fuller House fam posted a series of Instagram tributes in Bure’s honor.
Check out a few of the heartfelt messages sent from Jodie Sweetin, Lori Loughlin and Dave Coulier below:
And of course Andrea Barber (aka Kimmy) wouldn’t miss her chance to give a quirkily-sweet Gibbler shoutout to her on-screen bestie.
But nothing can get Candace’s tear ducts going QUITE like her sweet teenage daughter, Natasha.
The 18-year-old sent her mom a beautiful bouquet of orange roses and a card with a sentimental message inside:
“I love you! Happy Birthday Mommy. I love you so much and I am so happy God chose for you to be my mom. You inspire me everyday and show me how to be a Godly woman. Thank you for putting up with me. You are the best mom.”
“You know how to make mama cry,” wrote the 41-year-old, reciprocating the “I love you” to her baby girl.
The sweet mother-daughter exchange is reminiscent of a throwback to Candace’s 40th birthday surprise last year when For King & Country made a special appearance on The View.
Candace was ecstatic to see one of her favorite Christian bands rocking the stage of her show—but little did she know, that wasn’t the REAL surprise in store for her Big 4-0.
Watch Natasha surprise the SOCKS off her mom with this emotionally-charged performance of “Priceless.”
And please, do yourself a favor and get the tissue box handy. Trust me. You’ll need it.
Candace Cameron Bure’s Daughter’s Surprise PerformsThe moment Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter surprised her on stage with for KING & COUNTRY!
Posted by The View on Wednesday, April 6, 2016