Natasha Bure, daughter of “Full House” alumna Candace Cameron Bure, says that she is dressing more modestly than she used to and that, in the past, she found her worth in revealing more of her body than was needed. The 25-year-old actor, whose birthday is Tuesday, Aug. 15, comes from a family of Christians and is vocal about her own faith.
“Modesty & I have come a long way, truthfully,” said Natasha in her Instagram story in response to a question from a fan. “A year or two ago I dressed COMPLETELY different and showed WAY more of my body than I ever needed to.” She implied with emojis that she now feels embarrassed when she sees old photos of herself. “A lot of that came from where I was finding my worth and thinking that showing more skin, was more attractive,” she said.
Natasha Bure Wants To Be True to Her Values
Natasha Bure is the oldest child of Candace Cameron and Valeri Bure. Valeri is a former professional hockey player and Candace is an actor and producer who recently left the Hallmark Channel to collaborate with the Great American Family (GAF) network. Candace Cameron Bure uses her platform to encourage people to follow Jesus and was instrumental in helping her friend and fellow actor, Danica McKellar, to become a Christian.
Candace has dealt with controversy over the past year, in part because former “Dance Moms” star JoJo Siwa claimed Candace was the “rudest celebrity” Siwa had met. The actor and Christian has also dealt with criticism following her statement to The Wall Street Journal that Great American Family “will keep traditional marriage at the core.” Candace made that comment in response to a question regarding whether GAF will feature LGBTQ+ love stories as the Hallmark Channel is now doing.
Candace’s remarks on “traditional marriage” drew public criticism from Siwa, “One Tree Hill” actor Hilarie Burton Morgan, and Candace’s “Full House” co-star, Jodie Sweetin. Sweetin recently expressed disappointment that a movie she starred in had been sold to GAF.
McKellar pushed back against the criticism of her friend, however, and Natasha appeared to come to her mother’s defense in a post where she said, “The Lord blessed me with the best parents I could’ve ever asked for…Raising us up in the word of God and bringing glory to HIS name. I don’t know where I’d be without both of them.”
“I love you @candacecbure for continuously choosing Christ before all,” Natasha continued. “The media is an absolutely VILE space for negativity and I applaud you every time for how you handle yourself with the utmost grace.”
Regarding her new view of modesty, Natasha shared that rather than thinking that showing more skin is attractive, “I actually think the opposite now. I think dressing classy & upholding modesty is so beautiful. I’ll actually feel myself 100x more & am so much more confident in outfits that show less skin.”
“I still want to dress stylishly and keep up with the trends,” she continued, “but I don’t ever want to compromise my values. I want my words and how I present myself, to match!!”
“Happy birthday to my beautiful girl 💝 inside and out,” Candace said in an Instagram post Tuesday morning. “Keep on letting your light shine ✨ @natashabure . I love seeing you light up the path with every step you take 😘❤️”
“I love you ❤️,” Natasha replied.