Candace Cameron Bure addresses ‘inappropriate’ PDA photo with husband after backlash from Christian fans


Candace Cameron Bure finds herself under fire from her Christian fan base after posting a picture of a PDA with her husband Valerie Bure.

In a photo posted on her 46-year-old Instagram Story, the 44-year-old actress was wrapped around her arm, and her hand was blindly caressing one of her breasts. There was a big grin in the photo of the Hallmark star.

“Classic Val,” Cameron Bure wrote, “he approved the post.”

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The “Fuller House” star later re-uploaded the image after it ended on her Instagram story and addressed critics who deemed it unacceptable.

Through the Daily Mail he said, “To all Christians who are questioning my position on my owl by my husband’s 24-year-old husband – my husband’s hand – it was unfair to think, it made me laugh is.” “We have so much fun together.”

He said: “He can touch me at any time, and I hope he will. It is a healthy, good marriage and relationship. ”

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Actress Candace Cameron Bure visits Hallmark’s “Home and Family” at Universal Studios Hollywood on January 10, 2019 in Universal City, California.
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“I’m sorry if this offended you – I’m not really sorry,” the outspoken Christian actress said with a laugh.

He concluded: “I’m glad we had fun together after so many years. He can touch me all day long.”

A fan reposted the image on Instagram.

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“I’m so glad you don’t apologize for this adorable silly photo !!! People need to be lightened up !! You have a fun and loving two decade long relationship that deserves to be celebrated which is ultra Justice is not done by the sensitive !!! Congratulations to you and Val, ”a fan commented on the account.

On Twitter, one fan said, “Candace Cameron Bure … So she’s proud of sticking to her beliefs. Social media is something, especially for those in the headlines. Absolutely, ‘this is what married people Do… have fun.

“Why should anyone care? This is not their (or mine) business. Not that he was ‘another’ man. @candacecbure Is a lovely person, ”another person wrote.

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Although the star was unpublished, many believed it to apologize to its fans.

“Candace Cameron-Bure’s husband’s picture is on her breast. People are saying that it is okay because they are married. I say it is not, ”one person wrote on Twitter. “It does not represent the Christian community. It is okay to be intimate with your spouse but it should not be made public.

Another said, “Candace Cameron Bure defends the PDA photo with her husband: ‘He can touch me all day long’ Yes, in the privacy of his home called ‘Christian’, your husband can touch you all day long ! But if you are presenting public pictures .. then not really christians. ”

“Public sexual contact is not like Christ!” Social media user added.

“A good rule of thumb in your photos is whether you will do this in front of Jesus Christ. A picture of your husband grabbing your breast will never be in front of Jesus Christ,” one person posted commenting on an old photo . “I know he loves your marriage is strong and sexually active because he made us to be blessed that way but some things have to happen in private. Plus men especially young brothers and sisters As a role model for should not be done publicly. In Christ Jesus. ”

The two married in 1996 and shared three children – Natasha, 22, Lev, 20, and Maxim, 18.

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In a 2018 interview, the actress cited her shared belief about the secret of her decades-long marriage with the former professional hockey player.

“The reality is the glue for us is Jesus,” he told People. “This is the Bible. You know, when there are arguments or we are compromising, it’s always like, “Okay, let’s go back to the Bible right now.” This is the foundation for us. Therefore it is not a question of winning or losing. But to do this journey together. “