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Like mother, like daughter.
Candace Cameron Bure posted sweet photos with her daughter Natasha Bure in honor of her 23rd birthday on Sunday.
The “Fuller House” star, 45, commented on the carousel of snaps, “Happy 23rd birthday to this beauty. I love you my Tashi💕.”
Natasha commented back, “I love you!!!!! ❤️”
In one snap, the duo wore matching blue jumpsuits and in another, they both rocked white tops. While Candace opted for black shorts in the snap, Natasha wore a pink skirt with red flowers.
Natasha has previously joked about her resemblance to her mom, posting a family photo in June with the caption, “My parents rly said copy and paste.”
Candace married her husband, hockey player Val Bure, in 1996. They are also parents to Natasha’s siblings Lev, 21, and Maksim, 19.
Natasha’s birthday photo appears to be getting a warmer reception than the Bures’ holiday card earlier this year, which led Candace into an exchange with some online haters.
Bure has credited her 25 years of apparent wedded bliss to “sex, laughter and communication” in June.
“No marriage is picture-perfect. Not one. And certainly not ours. But through thick and thin, ups and downs, God has blessed us tremendously with guidance and perseverance,” she explained. “I believe God is the secret sauce.”
She first opened up about her sex life with Val, 47, after some of her Christian followers disapproved of a photo she posted in which he had his arm slung over her shoulder, grabbing one of her breasts.
“Sex is the blessing of marriage and I hate when Christians are like, ‘No, you have to pretend like you’ve never had sex, and we only know that you’ve had sex three times because you’ve had three children,’” she affirmed.
“If we are to promise ourselves for one another and preach saving yourself for marriage, then sex needs to be celebrated within marriage.”
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